IRS Efforts to Streamline System Includes Suspending Automated Notices

February 15, 2022

In the latest push to try and organize a better 2022 tax season, the Internal Revenue Service is suspending more than a dozen automated letters it sends out to taxpayers. These include collection notices, balance due notices and unfiled tax return notices. The actions seem to be a direct result of pressure from lawmakers and… Read more »

IRS Having Difficulty Processing Power of Attorney Forms

January 26, 2022

The 2021 tax season is open! It is promising to bring a host of challenges. Tax professionals are largely ready to forge ahead to help their clients get through it, but now they may have trouble getting power of attorney forms processed. The IRS is still dealing with a backlog of millions of tax returns,… Read more »

A Recap of the Top Tax Developments of 2021

December 16, 2021

The year 2021 has been a tumultuous one for tax professionals, with continuing pandemic-related developments as well as new legislation, regulations, court decisions and IRS pronouncements. While the major developments are familiar to most, there are some that might have been missed due to the busy nature of the profession during the past year. The… Read more »

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