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A recent West Virginia case is a reminder that the use of intangibles in a state does not automatically lead to a finding of income tax nexus.
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What's new in the IRS program to regulate paid tax return preparers?
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What’s new for same-sex married couples this filing season?
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At 979 pages long, it's hard to believe it does not cover everything. Here's a brief look at what it includes and a longer look at what's missing.
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Will the lower tax rates promised as part of revenue-neutral tax reform be “paid for” with mostly temporary or permanent changes?
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President Obama’s budget proposal has many wondering what a “robust portfolio of IRS international tax compliance initiatives” means for international tax reform.
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In April 2009, the IRS released its new five-year strategic plan. What might it mean for corporate taxpayers and their tax advisers?
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The real message in a recent GAO report on the tax gap from misreporting of rental real estate is that the tax law is too complex.
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The release of guidance on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provision authorizing $2.3 billion of tax credits for qualified advanced energy manufacturing projects opens a short window for submitting applications.
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2014 rulings and cases highlight filing status opportunities and traps.
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