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IRS

An abbreviation for the Internal Revenue Service, a federal agency charged with the responsibility of administering and enforcing internal revenue laws.

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The IRS will provide additional style sheets as the 2005 forms are finalized.
In a similar situation, (25) the IRS determined that a corporation's S election was ineffective because one of its shareholders was a C corporation.
* New Legislation: We continue to stress that the IRS needs to communicate early with the taxpayer community, particularly IRPAC, when there are proposed legislative or regulatory changes.
Under the SCP, the sponsor of a qualified plan may correct an insignificant operational failure at any time, even if the plan or plan sponsor is under IRS examination.
Since the IRS requires full disclosure, the government has the opportunity to find out every single detail of your family's finances.
After Americans United filed its complaint with the IRS, Falwell desperately tried to add some camouflage to his website.
At trial, the IRS argued (and the district court agreed) that the prescribed period applicable to the delinquent tax return should apply to the refund claim, invalidating the mailbox rule.
The cooperative association leaders worried, with good reason, that the IRS would therefore continue to argue against and tax any cooperative that differed in organization from Trump.
Conclusion: The IRS concluded that Hospital B did not jeopardize its tax-exempt status in this recruitment effort because objective evidence (the needs assessment) demonstrated a need for pediatricians in the community served by Hospital B, and the incentives paid to the physician recruit were reasonably related to causing the physician to establish and maintain a full-time practice in the community.
A worker or disgruntled former worker submits a Form SS-8 to the IRS requesting clarification of their status as an independent contractor.
But the arm of the administration in the best position to fight for the IRS collections--the Department of Education--also wanted to hold on to its authority to oversee collections.