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The Big Picture. The Joint Committee on Taxation released its “Overview of the Federal Tax System as in Effect for 2019.” The report is more interesting for overarching tax policy questions than for tax practice issues, so save for reading after filing season. Would...

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Rank Your State While not a state specific issue, the Tax Foundation’s Annual Facts and Figures Report provides great comparative spending and tax information for each state. This is the report that estimates each state’s Tax Freedom Day. New York fell to last...

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Moving Expenses IRS has notified employers they do not need to correct 2018 W-2 Forms that reported nontaxable qualified moving expense payments using Box 12, Code P. DATL/DATC Offers in Compromise Interim Guidance A memo from the Director of Collections Policy provides...

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Heard on the Hill We discovered in conversations this week with various tax writing committee staff that the House Ways and Means Committee plans to mark up a tax bill sometime in April. The tax bills to be considered, however, have not been identified. Some Hill watchers...

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More on §199A. The Joint Committee on Taxation has issued its overview of the new provision and regulatory guidance. We’re No. 1. The United States is still the leader in voluntary tax compliance, but for how long? DC is called Hollywood for Ugly People. So...

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Massachusetts The Department of Revenue has released updated rules to qualify for the small business sales tax exemption for purchases of gas, steam, electricity, and heating oil. SALT Workarounds According to an IRS official, the agency is looking to issue additional...

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