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Senate Finance Committee Passes Tax Extenders Bill

On April 3rd, 2014, the Senate Finance Committee passed a tax extenders bill, which included extensions of the R&D credit and the 179D deduction. Both extensions are seamless and extend these provisions through 2015. In addition to extending the R&D credit and 179D deduction, the legislation also significantly expands these tax benefits. Regarding the R&D…

IRS Outlines New International Offices for Enforcement and Current Priorities

Michael Danilack, Deputy Commissioner of LB&I, spoke about IRS international enforcement efforts on March 18th, 2014 at the 2nd Annual International Tax Enforcement Conference in Washington, D.C. The Deputy Commissioner spoke about recent organizational changes within the Service as well as areas in which the IRS is currently focusing its enforcement efforts. In recent years,…

U.S. District Court clears way for PTIN user fees

In Allen Buckley and Allen Buckley LLC v. United States, a U.S. district court in the Northern District of Georgia (not yet published) granted summary judgment in favor of the Defendant, upholding an Eleventh Circuit decision that affirmed the validity of imposing a user fee to obtain a preparer tax identification number (“PTIN”). The Plaintiff…

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