FS-2006-28, December 2006 — The seventh in a series, this fact sheet addresses business supply expense deductions.
FS-2006-27, November 2006 — This fact sheet, the sixth in a series, explains the rules pertaining to depreciation.
FS-2006-26, October 2006 — This fact sheet explains the rules for deducting car and truck expenses.
FS-2006-25, September 2006 — This fact sheet, the fourth in a series, explains the rules for deducting home office expenses.
FS-2006-24, August 2006—This fact sheet, the third in a series, explains the rules pertaining to third-party payer reporting of income.
FS-2006-23, July 2006—This fact sheet, the second in a series on the tax gap, explains to taxpayers how to compute Cost of Goods Sold.
FS-2006-22, July 2006 — Effective July 16, 2006, a new federal law will change the way the offer in compromise (OIC) program operates and its role in the Internal Revenue Service collection process.
FS-2006-21, June 2006 — Businesses must correctly determine whether workers are employees or independent contractors.
FS-2006-20, June 2006 — The first in a series on the tax gap, this fact sheet addresses gross income for small businesses and the self-employed.
FS-2006-19, May 2006 — With the approach of hurricane season, the Internal Revenue Service encourages taxpayers to safeguard their records as part of National Hurricane Preparedness Week.
FS-2006-18, March 2006 — IRS has put taxpayer protections in place.
Election Year Activities and the Prohibition on Political Campaign Intervention for Section 501(c)(3) Organizations
FS-2006-17, February 2006 — The IRS is releasing this fact sheet to provide information to help section 501(c)(3) organizations stay in compliance with the federal tax law.
FS-2006-16, February 2006 — The IRS issues hints for taxpayers on how to distinguish between reputable and possibly fraudulent tax return preparers.
FS-2006-15, January 2006 — Learn about the special features and new rules regarding the Earned Income Tax Credit.
FS-2006-14, Jan. 2006 — New tax law provides credits for energy efficient improvements to homes and the purchasing and leasing of hybrid and certain other vehicles.
FS-2006-13, January 2006 — Businesses affected by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma should be aware of recent tax law changes that may benefit them.
FS-2006-12, January 2006 — Tax laws written at the end of 2005 provide tax breaks for those affected by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma.
FS-2006-11, January 2006 — Collection proceedings may be started against taxpayers who do not pay the taxes they owe.
FS-2006-10, January 2006 — The IRS selects tax returns to examine (audit) to verify that the tax reported on the return is correct.
FS-2006-9, January 2006 — Taxpayers who itemize their deductions can claim either state and local income taxes or state and local general sales taxes.
FS-2006-8, January 2006 — Hurricane victims who have difficulty obtaining their Form W-2 or other information documents have options available to them.
FS-2006-7, January 2006 — The IRS has helpful tips on how to reconstruct tax and financial records that were destroyed in a disaster
FS-2006-6, January 2006 — Hurricane victims have a special toll-free number to call in addition to other resources.
FS-2006-5, January 2006 — Taxpayers have several electronic filing and payment options to choose from.
FS-2006-4, January 2006 — There are many good reasons for, and numerous options available to, taxpayers for electronically filing their tax returns.
FS-2006-3, January 2006 — This filing season, the IRS is sending taxpayers tax packages, computer filing post cards, brochures on electronic filing and Form 1040-V payment vouchers.
FS-2006-2, January 2006 — The IRS offers free assistance to taxpayers through a variety of means.
FS-2006-1, January 2006 — Changes made to the tax law in 2005 may affect your tax situation.
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