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IRS Considers Tax on Work Perks Normally Considered Fringe Benefits

In certain fields, employers have found that attracting and retaining talented employees is a highly competitive business that necessitates providing certain perks to employees in their work environment.  As the type and size of perks changes, the IRS is reevaluating if it should treat more of those perks as fringe benefits that are taxable to the employee.


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IRS to Rethink Law Limiting Activities of Tax-Exempt Organizations

The IRS is rethinking proposed legislation that would have limited the types of political activities that tax-exempt organizations could perform.  The decision by the IRS comes after complaints by Republican lawmakers and conservative tax-exempt organization that were targeted by the IRS in 2013.


IRS Preparing to Keep over $750 Million in Unclaimed Tax Refunds

Today is tax day, the day when millions of individuals are finally getting their federal income tax returns filed so that they can claim their tax refunds.  Although many late tax filers delay completing their returns until the last minute because they want to put off paying money they owe to the IRS, there are many others due to receive a refund who wait simply because they are too busy to get their tax return filed.


IRS Reminds Taxpayers of Common Errors Made by Last-Minute Tax Filers

Days before tax day, the IRS has published a reminder to taxpayers of the errors commonly made when individuals rush to prepare their tax returns at the last minute.  The IRS reminder notes that taxpayers can avoid such errors if the taxpayers take time to review their return and be aware of some of the following key points.


IRS Announces Tax Relief for Washington Mudslide and Flood Victims

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced on Friday that it would provide tax relief benefits to victims of the flood and mudslide that took place in the state of Washington in March.


Contempt Charge Likely Against Former IRS Division Leader Lerner

The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will meet on April 10 to discuss if they should hold former IRS division director Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress.  Representative Darrell Issa, California Republican and the chairman of the committee, announced the timing of the meeting on Thursday.


Congress Questions $700,000 Spend of Taxpayer Funds on Musical

The National Science Foundation (NSF) spent $700,000 in taxpayer funds on a musical about climate change, leading to questions by members of Congress about the value provided by congressional funding of the NSF.


Maryland to Abandon $125 Million Health Insurance Marketplace

Open enrollment into ObamaCare is scheduled to end today, March 31.  However, for at least one state, March 31 may mark the last day when they continue to develop their health insurance marketplace.


IRS Rules Bitcoins Subject to Capital Gains, Income Tax

The IRS released a ruling on Tuesday that they consider bitcoins a form of property rather than a currency.


Reasons for Filing an Extension of your Federal Income Tax

April 15, the date when state and federal income tax returns are due, is only a few weeks away.  While many millions have already filed their tax returns and received their refunds, there are millions more who have yet to get started on preparing their taxes.


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