Category: Enforcement

DOMA Decision’s Impact on Financial Planning for Same-Sex Couples

If you are a member of a married same-sex couple, then the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act could have a substantial effect on many aspects of your financial life. You may want to consider, for example, filing an amended income tax return if you now qualify for deductions

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Significant Decline in IRS Staff May Lead to Fewer Audits

The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), reports that the IRS plans to expend 18% fewer staff hours auditing large businesses with assets of more than $10 million in fiscal year 2013 (which ends Sept. 30) than it did in FY 2011…. (Keep Reading)

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Can IRS Prevent You From Traveling?

A bill authored by a California lawmaker that could potentially allow the federal government to prevent any Americans who owe back taxes from traveling outside the U.S. is one step closer to becoming law. Senate Bill 1813 was introduced back in November by Senator Barbara Boxer (D-Los Angeles) to ?reauthorize Federal-aid highway and highway safety

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