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IRS expands relief from underpayment penalty

The IRS announced on Friday that it is amending Notice 2019-11 to lower the amount of tax that an individual must have paid in 2018 to avoid the underpayment of estimated income tax penalty to 80% (Notice 2019-25). The change was made after…
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IRS Offers Variety of Payment Options, Penalty Waivers

As the 2019 tax filing season gets into full swing, some taxpayers are facing a surprise tax bill instead of a refund. For those who are unprepared, the Internal Revenue Service offers several payment options. The IRS anticipates that most…
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IRS finalizes centralized partnership audit regulations

The IRS on Friday issued final regulations (T.D. 9844) that implement the centralized partnership audit regime that now governs partnership audit procedures. The final regulations affect partnerships for tax years beginning after Dec. 31,…
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IRS Activities Following the Shutdown

The IRS has reopened following the end of the government shutdown, and IRS employees are working hard to resume normal operations and help taxpayers as much as possible. As the IRS resumes operations, there are some important pieces of information…
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New schedules with New Form 1040

The 2018 Form 1040 replaces prior year Forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ. The 2018 Form 1040 uses a building-block approach that allows individuals to file only the schedules they need with their federal tax return. Many people will only need to…
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Updating Information

In WXC Corporation we are interested in keeping your information updated, for this reason we would like to invite you to fill out the following form. Once again, we would like to thank you in advance for your time in sending us this…
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Today is deadline for wage statements

The Internal Revenue Service today reminds employers and other businesses of the Jan. 31 filing deadline that applies to filing wage statements and independent contractor forms with the government. The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes…
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Find Out When You'll Get Your Refund

With the government shutdown over and the IRS back in business, it's time to do your taxes. If you're one of the millions of Americans who can't wait to get your hands on your refund, we can tell you how soon you will probably get that refund.…
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Government shutdown ends in time for tax season

The partial government shutdown ended on Friday, allowing the full IRS workforce to return to work on Monday, Jan. 28 — the start of tax filing season for individuals. The Further Additional Continuing Appropriations Act, 2019, H.J. Res.…