IR-2004-74 — Five project teams will present recommendations at the June 9 session.
IRS Provides Guidance on the Treatment of Preproduction Costs of Creative Properties for the Motion Picture Industry
IR-2004-73 — Film producers and others in the motion picture industry can rely on new guidance from the IRS on the treatment of costs to acquire and develop scripts and other creative properties.
IR-2004-72 — E-file's advantages don't end on April 15.
IR-2004-71 — Executives will serve in Tax Exempt/Government Entities and Wage & Investment Divisions.
IR-2004-70 — Offer allows business taxpayers an opportunity to receive an automatic one-time deposit penalty refund.
IR-2004-69 — Suite of retirement-plan “Check-Ups” to help employers better understand retirement plans and a newsletter to help them stay up to date with developments.
IR-2004-68 — Numerous free resources can help small business taxpayers comply with their tax responsibilities.
IR-2004-67 — IRS hosts six educational Tax Forums for tax professionals this summer in cities around the nation.
IR-2004-66 — Members of the public can now use the Internet to contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service about their issues.
IR-2004-65 — 60 million returns were filed electronically, with home computer usage jumping more than 21 percent.
IR-2004-64 — Investors have until June 21 to accept offer.
IR-2004-63 — Statistical sampling may be used to establish expenses excepted from the 50% disallowance rule.
IR-2004-62 — Nonprofit organizations providing free or nominal fee representation to those in tax disputes can apply for grants worth up to $100,000 for the 2005 grant cycle.
IR-2004-61 — Task force to increase collaboration and coordinate information about abusive tax transactions.
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