Tax Information for Federal, State, and Local Governments
Federal, State & Local Governments - A Closer Look
The primary objective of Federal, State and Local Governments (FSLG) is to ensure compliance with federal employment tax laws by governmental entities through the use of review and examination activities as well as through educational programs.
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
See the IRS page summarizing major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Travel Reimbursement Policies: What you need to know!
FSLG will host a phone forum on May 28, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. (EST) to discuss key travel reimbursement policy issues. These provisions impact federal, state, and local government employers.
Tax Law Changes for Employers
Key provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2013
Voluntary Classification Settlement Program has expanded
Two announcements provide guidance clarifies rules on VCSP eligibility.
Comments Requested on Employer Shared Responsibility Health Care Provisions
Government entities are requested to provide comments on proposed regulations by March 18, 2013.
Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) On-Line Matching
Matching service provides a free, easy way for payers to quickly verify taxpayer identification numbers.
Furnishing Form 1099-G Electronically
Consent requirements must be met prior to furnishing statements.
Tax Topics for Government Entities
Recent developments in employment tax, information returns, and other issues.
Quick Links for Government Entities
A convenient reference guide to tax information sources.
FSLG Examination Process
What to know about and expect in an examination.
Section 218 Agreements and Social Security Coverage
About Social Security coverage issues unique to government entities.
Links to publications, recorded presentations and other tools.
Federal Agency Information
Articles of specific interest to Federal agencies, including material from Federal agency seminars.
How to get help by phone or e-mail.
VOW To Hire Heroes Credit Not Available to Governmental Entities
Government entities are generally not eligible for expanded employment tax credit.
Compliance Self-Assessment Tool Available
FSLG has created a tool to allow you to assess your level of tax compliance.
Information for U.S. Territories
Information for governmental entities about employment taxes and other U.S. tax laws.