News Releases for September 2004


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Oct. 15 Tax Deadline Approaches

IR-2004-121 — Oct. 15 marks the last day to e-file in 2004 and the deadline for those who requested more time after the Aug. 16 extension deadline.

Tax Professionals to Send Certain Tax Returns to Different IRS Centers Than Last Year

IR-2004-120 — Tax returns from certain states will go to different IRS centers in 2005.

Schedule C-EZ Change Means Savings for Small Businesses

IR-2004-119 — About 500,000 more taxpayers will be able to use shorter form, saving 5 million hours of paperwork.

IRS Grants Tax Relief for Hurricane Ivan Victims

IR-2004-118 — Taxpayers in four Gulf Coast states affected: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi.

IRS Extends Tip Compliance Agreement Program

IR-2004-117 — More than 15,000 employers have joined voluntary program that would have ended in 2005.

Nancy J. Marks Named Division Counsel/Associate Chief Counsel, TE/GE

IR-2004-116 — Nancy J. Marks to lead office providing legal counsel and representation on exempt organizations and charities.

IRS Grants Tax Relief for Florida Hurricane Victims

IR-2004-115 — Areas hit by Hurricane Frances get extensions for tax deadlines, among other benefits.

New e-service Revolutionizes Transcript Delivery

IR-2004-114 — Tax professionals now have instant access to clients' federal tax records through new IRS program.

IRS Waives Excise Tax Penalty Because of Fuel Shortage in Florida

IR-2004-113 — IRS will not assert the excise tax penalty on dyed diesel fuel delivered by wholesale dealers Sept. 2-24.

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