Treasury, IRS Issue New Guidance to Curb Corporate Tax Inversions
The Treasury Department and IRS issued guidance late Monday to reduce the tax benefits of corporate inversions.
IRS Warns on Phone Scams as Its Contractors Put Taypayer Info at Risk
Agency warns of the biggest phone scam it has ever seen; meanwhile, a report finds IRS gave contractors taxpayer data without mandatory background checks.
IRS Tweaks Offshore Account Rules to Prod Tax Cheats to Pay Up
IRS expands its program to encourage the millions of Americans who have cheated on their taxes with offshore accounts to come forward.
Making Bonus Depreciation Permanent to Be Debated by House Panel
Making bonus depreciation permanent “is the best option to spur investment, lift wages, grow the economy, create jobs and increase federal revenue,” says Tax Foundation.
How to Benefit From MLPs’ Complex Tax Rules
Investors have options when buying and selling master limited partnerships, a Morningstar expert explains.
6 IRA Investing Mistakes to Avoid
For investors in Roth and traditional IRAs, Morningstar says procrastination is one of the common errors that can add to your tax burden.
IRS Criminal Investigation Unit Tagged More Tax Criminals in 2013
The IRS significantly increased enforcement actions against tax criminals and saw a robust rise in convictions, according to its annual report.
Top Tips for Women at Tax Time
On International Women's Day, AdvisorOne offers tax tips for women from financial planner Peggy Cabaniss and CPA Barbara Kogen.
Is the Carried Interest Loophole Closing?
The Tax’s Court’s decision in Dagres v. Commissioner brings 'carried interest' into question.
IRS’ Secret Crackdown on Real Estate Gifts
The IRS quietly gathered data from states looking for real estate gifts not reported to the government by taxpayers.