Charter School Bonds, Currently Free From Audits, May Come Under IRS Eye
- Florida school bonds may be taxable due to yield burning: IRS. McEntee, Christopher // Bond Buyer;02/19/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30334, p1
Reports that the US Internal Revenue Service has notified the Duval County, Florida School District that the refunding bonds it issued in 1992 may be declared taxable due to yield burning. Violation of tax codes; Mark-up of prices of escrow securities used to defease outstanding bonds; Contents...
- Final regs on reasonable basis and reasonable cause. Woehlke, James A. // CPA Journal;Jan1996, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p43
Reports that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of the Treasury issued final regulations which defined `reasonable basis' and `reasonable cause.' Description of regulation; Background information.
- A Practical Guide to the U.S. Advance Pricing Agreement Process. Wrappe, Steven C.; Soba, George H. // Tax Executive;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p454
Discusses about the United States Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) Program. Explanation of the APA process; Efforts of the IRS to accommodate smaller taxpayers and smaller transactions; Types of taxpayers who are interested in the APA process.
- High Medicare premiums from signing up too late. Halverson, Guy // Christian Science Monitor;5/15/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 121, p13
Discusses financial questions, which include paying penalties for failure to join Medicare at age 65 and how to report a gift of stock to the United States Internal Revenue Service.
- Tax and estate planning notes. // Army Lawyer;Oct95, Issue 275, p28
Looks at the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service that provides certain allowance received by members of the armed services in relocating are not included in gross income. Dislocation allowance; Temporary lodging allowance; Impact of the Omnibus Budget and Reconciliation Act of 1993.
- The IRS Mission. // Internal Revenue Bulletin;02/13/2012, Vol. 2012 Issue 7, preceding p368
An introduction is presented in which the author discusses various topics within the bulletin including revenue rulings, procedures of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and tax conventions of the U.S.
- Here's how the IRS is going to start treating you better. K.S. // Money;Dec1997, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p28
Reports on some of the key changes that Congress is likely to enact in 1998 pertaining to the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) abuses. Taxpayers no longer being guilty until proven innocent in court cases; Private citizens monitoring the IRS; More privacy during an IRS audit.
- New tax ruling creates depreciation windfall. // Journal of Property Management;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the tax ruling that allows taxpayers to change their method of accounting and take additional current deductions. Filing of application at the US Internal Revenue Service.
- Abbreviations. // Internal Revenue Bulletin;3/24/2014, Vol. 2014 Issue 13, pi
The article lists the abbreviations use and formerly used in the "Internal Revenue Bulletin" of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service along with a numerical finding list, notices and revenue rulings.