IR-2004-43 — Corporations and tax-exempt groups can reduce the time it takes to file their Forms 1120 and 990 simply by filing them electronically.
IR-2004-42 — Promoters misrepresent laws intended for legitimate religious organizations and their leaders.
IR-2004-41 — Tax Court imposed nearly $136,000 in penalties on 23 taxpayers.
IR-2004-40 — Nearly 10 million taxpayers have e-filed their own returns, almost 23% more than last year. Filing statistics through March 19.
IR-2004-39 — Frank Ng and Kathy Petronchak named to new posts.
IRS Reminds Farmers How to Report Market Gain When Using Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) Certificates to Facilitate Repayment of CCC Loans
IR-2004-38 — Choice to treat the loan proceeds as income or not affects how market gain is reported in later years.
IR-2004-36 — Ungar named Deputy Commissioner, Large and Mid-Size Business Division and Keith named Chief, Communications and Liaison.
IR-2004-35 — The tax commissioners of Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States look to increase collaboration and coordinate information about abusive tax transactions.
Remarks of Mark W. Everson Commissioner of Internal Revenue before the National Press Club Washington, D.C.
IR-2004-34 — Text of speech delivered at the National Press Club, March 15, 2004.
IR-2004-33 — Commissioner's chief of staff changes roles, two division commissioners change, effective June 1.
IR-2004-32 — Home computer filings up 23 percent. IRS has corrected more than 1.3 million Child Tax Credit errors. Filing statistics through March 5.
IR-2004-31 — New guidance on the computation of total recoverable units for purposes of computing cost depletion.
IR-2004-30 — Issues for the next selection round must be submitted by March 31, 2004.
IR-2004-29 — Nearly twice as many taxpayers have used this IRS.gov feature this year.
IR-2004-28 — Solid growth in computer filings and the Free File program. Filing statistics through Feb. 27.
IR-2004-27 — Rise of one percentage point is the first since April 2000.
IR-2004-26 — Several new scams have reached the top of the consumer watch list, including abusive trusts and the “claim of right” doctrine.
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