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Last month the IRS updated the W-8IMY, making three big changes that are important for you to understand going into filing season. This is the first big update to the form in a couple of years. This week, let's take a look at each of them.
When collecting data, and as part of your IRS required due diligence efforts, you must be alert to indications that your payee is not a U.S. person for tax reporting purposes and, therefore, subject to the Form 1042-S reporting and withholding rules.
Start preparing now for the recent changes in Form 1042/1042-S related reporting you face early next year. Our new Form 1042/1042-S Year-End Reporting Online Seminar will help you report with confidence payments made to Non-U.S Persons in 2016!
The IRS has rolled out a number of initiatives toward reducing fraud and protecting taxpayer data. To that end, IRS e-services users have just a few weeks until you will need to revalidate your information to continue to use such e-services as the IRS TIN Match program.
This week, let's look at an issue that often trips up filers when it comes to the taxation of Wellness Incentives/Member rewards. That being, should such payments be reported on Form W-2 or on a Form 1099?
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) most employers must file Form 1095-C, and Form 1094-C, with the IRS annually. This is a brand new reporting requirement following implementation of related ACA rules. However, with reporting comes complications. This month let's learn how to correct these new returns.
Start preparing for 2017 year-end reporting this fall. When it comes time to get 1099 statements to your payees and report returns to the IRS you want to know your organization can handle the task; The Form 1099 Year-End Reporting Online Seminar will help you do exactly that!
Last week the IRS released new regulations regarding how the IRS will implement changes made late last year to the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) program. This week let's take a look at those changes, how they will be implemented, and what it means for Accounts Payable and Tax professionals.