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.
IR-2004-120 — Tax returns from certain states will go to different IRS centers in 2005.
IR-2004-119 — About 500,000 more taxpayers will be able to use shorter form, saving 5 million hours of paperwork.
IR-2004-118 — Taxpayers in four Gulf Coast states affected: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi.
IR-2004-117 — More than 15,000 employers have joined voluntary program that would have ended in 2005.
IR-2004-116 — Nancy J. Marks to lead office providing legal counsel and representation on exempt organizations and charities.
IR-2004-115 — Areas hit by Hurricane Frances get extensions for tax deadlines, among other benefits.
IR-2004-114 — Tax professionals now have instant access to clients' federal tax records through new IRS program.
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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