Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses

Publication 463 – Introductory Material What’s New Reminder Introduction Users of employer-provided vehicles. Volunteers. Ordering forms and publications. Tax questions. Useful Items – You may want to see: 1.   Travel Traveling Away From Home Tax Home Tax Home Different From Family Home Temporary Assignment or Job What Travel Expenses Are Deductible? Employee. Business associate. […]

Start a case in the Tax Court

You must file a petition to begin a case in the Tax Court. A party who files a petition in response to an IRS notice of deficiency or notice of determination is called the petitioner. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue is referred to as the respondent in Tax Court cases. Anyone can file a petition […]

New Voluntary Worker Classification Settlement Program

The Internal Revenue Service launched a new program that will enable many employers to resolve past worker classification issues and achieve certainty under the tax law at a low cost by voluntarily reclassifying their workers. This new program will allow employers the opportunity to get into compliance by making a minimal payment covering past payroll […]

The Internal Revenue Service issued guidance designed to clarify the tax treatment of employer-provided cell phones.

The guidance relates to a provision in the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, enacted last fall, that removed cell phones from the definition of listed property, a category under tax law that normally requires additional recordkeeping by taxpayers. The Notice issued today provides guidance on the treatment of employer- provided cell phones as an […]

Where’s My Refund

Here is  Where’s My Refund? online tool Read frequent questions about IRS Where’s My Refund Refund information for the most current tax year that you filed will generally be available 72 hours after we acknowledge receipt of your e-filed return, or three to four weeks after you mail your paper return What information is Not […]