IR-2005-113, Sept. 30, 2005 — A broad coalition of business and charitable associations joined with the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Treasury today to announce a partnership aimed at educating the nation’s employers about a leave-donation program benefiting Hurricane Katrina victims.
IR-2005-98, Sept. 8, 2005 — The IRS today announced that it will provide issuers of tax exempt bonds affected by Hurricane Katrina with additional time to file certain information returns and arbitrage rebate returns.
IR-2005-95 , Sept. 7, 2005 — The IRS to alleviate local fuel shortages caused by Hurricane Katrina, will permit vehicles registered for highway use to remove aviation-grade kerosene (aviation fuel) from certain airports.
IR-2005-94, Sept. 7, 2005 -- IRS and the AICPA agree to partner to provide assistance to taxpayers with tax issues at FEMA disaster recovery centers in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and other disasters.
IR-2005-93, Sept. 6, 2005 — The Internal Revenue Service will provide an expedited review and approval process for new organizations seeking tax-exempt status in order to provide relief for victims of Hurricane Katrina. However, the agency encourages people to use existing organizations currently working on immediate aid efforts.
IR-2005-92, Sept. 2, 2005 — The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today announced that they will waive low-income housing tax credit rules that prohibit owners of low-income housing from providing housing to victims of Hurricane Katrina who do not qualify as low-income. The action will expand the availability of housing for disaster victims and their families.
IR-2005-90, Sept. 2, 2005 — The Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation officials announced today their agencies are providing relief in connection with certain employee benefit plans because of damage in the Gulf Coast area caused by Hurricane Katrina.
IR-2005-89, Sept. 2, 2005 — The Internal Revenue Service, in response to shortages of clear diesel fuel caused by Hurricane Katrina, will not impose a tax penalty when dyed diesel fuel is sold for use or used on the highway.