IR-2003-126 — Affected taxpayers get extra time for tax payments, may claim losses on 2002 returns for quick refunds.
Millions in Refund and Child Credit Checks Returned to IRS, Taxpayers Urged to Update Addresses by Dec. 5
IR-2003-125 — Taxpayers should act soon if they want their checks this year.
IR-2003-124 — Starting November 1, the IRS will charge a $150 application fee to process offers in compromise.
IR-2003-123 — The IRS Summer 2003 Statistics of Income Bulletin -almost 300 pages of tax statistics - is now available.
IR-2003-122 — Many of the pension plan limitations will change for 2004.
IR-2003-121 — Rates for business, charitable, medical and moving expense purposes. Taxpayers using not more than 4 vehicles at the same time may use the standard business mileage rate.
IR-2003-120 — The IRS, FTC and state regulators issued a consumer alert for those seeking assistance from a tax-exempt credit counseling organization.
IR-2003-119 — The IRS provides FAX guidelines for taxpayers and tax professional to aid correspondence with the agency.
IR-2003-118 — Information available in various formats including CD-ROM and online.
IR-2003-117 — Carl T. Froehlich will lead the IRS Agency-Wide Shared Services Division.
IR-2003-116 — The two nations agree to new guiding principles.
IR-2003-115 — John C. Klotsche joins IRS to help coordinate the agency's efforts to combat abusive tax shelters.
IR-2003-114 — Certification means taxpayers who buy a new hybrid vehicle may claim a tax deduction of up to $2,000.
IR-2003-113 — IRS is providing tax professionals with up-to-date information on where to file clients' tax returns because of changes affecting mailings from 10 states.
News releases and fact sheets from November 2002 forward and an archive of news releases and fact sheets in PDF format back to 1997.