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Fringe Benefits - Manufacturing Tax Tips

A fringe benefit is a form of pay for the performance of services given by the provider of the benefit to the recipient of the benefit. An example would

IRS Rolls Out New Compliance Campaign

The Internal Revenue Service’s Large Business and International (LB&I) division is taking a new approach to tax compliance, with a series of
On August 25, the IRS announced a new procedure to help people who miss the 60-day time limit for rolling over their retirement plan distributions into
Tax
Dennis Mowrey | 8.9.2016

PASSIVE ACTIVITIES

Once the Tax Reform Act of 1986 was passed, taxpayers were no longer allowed to deduct non-economic losses from passive activities from wage and investment

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Tax
Dennis Mowrey | 5.10.2016

Business, or Hobby? Report Claiming IRS Has Been Delinquent in Reviewing Hobby Losses Issued

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has issued a report and found that the IRS has been delinquent in reviewing “hobby losses”
Tax
Dennis Mowrey | 4.5.2016

A Reminder for Taxpayers with Home-Based Businesses

The Internal Revenue Service sent out a message last week to remind taxpayers with home-based businesses that, when filling out their 2015 federal individual

Affordable Care Act - Controlled Groups

Beware of the Danger Zone By now, most everyone is aware that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is starting to kick into high gear and that Applicable Large

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