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Holy cow, we are in the thick of the filing season. In the outside world, where people sleep more than six hours per night, the first trailer for the new Wes Anderson flick, The French Dispatch, is available (worry not, Bill Murray is cast); tomorrow is National Margarita...

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Revenue Procedure IRS this week released Notice 2020-12 as well as Rev. Proc. 2020-12, both of which provide awaited guidance under §45Q for purposes of a carbon sequestration credit. The Notice provides broad guidance, including on how to determine when construction...

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A few state items of interest: According to The Oregonian, Oregon’s new corporate activity tax, which went into effect January 1, is both (probably) the largest tax hike in state history and missing final regulations (though temporary rules, 17 in all, started coming...

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IRS Reorganization Must Protect Taxpayers by Strengthening Role of Practitioners NAEA dedicates a sizeable portion of its advocacy resources to preserving and enhancing a taxpayer’s right to representation. In this final installment outlining NAEA’s recommendations...

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Today is Valentine’s Day—and while it may be too late to order your beloved something on Amazon—you could still nick out for a bottle of bubbly and a bouquet (though we gave you ample warning last week). Among things we love: Charlie Munger, because he...

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Proposed Regulation IRS issued proposed regulations providing guidance for employers on the amount of federal income tax to withhold from employees’ wages in light of recent IRC changes in the wake of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which provides for “flexible...

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