IR-2002-130 -- IRS announces two new toll-free numbers -- one to help small business owners and a Refund Hotline for those who need help with refunds.
IR-2002-129 -- IRS launches a newsletter to help federal, state and local government entities understand tax laws.
IR-2002-128 -- IRS research says businesss that pay taxes through Electronic Federal Tax Payment System have fewer IRS penalties assessed.
IR-2002-127 -- The IRS reminds taxpayers that their stock losses may help to reduce their tax burden.
IR-2002-126 -- IRS selects a firm to supply a list of arbitrators for tax shelter cases.
IR-2002-125 -- IRS announces outreach efforts in arbitrage area and creates additional tax-exempt bond stakeholder groups and sub-groups.
IR-2002-124 (Rev. 11/25) -- Special tax relief is available for residents in 67 counties in five states affected by Nov. 10, 2002, tornadoes and storms. An update to the 11/22 issuance of IR-2002-124.
IR-2002-123 -- IRS outlines new reporting requirements that exempt many state and local political organizations from filing certain forms.
IR-2002-122 -- IRS urges tax professionals to file e-file applications soon so they can file e-file returns for their clients in 2003.
IR-2002-121 -- The IRS looks for nearly 97,000 taxpayers whose refunds have gone undelivered.
IR-2002-120 -- The second edition of the Tax Exempt Bond Continuing Professional Education textbook is available.
IR-2002-119 -- IRS names a new chief for its Criminal Investigation Division.
IR-2002-118 -- IRS issues proposed regulations, which, if adopted, would require a $150 user fee for many Offers-In-Compromise.
IR-2002-117 -- IRS seeks nominations for vacancies on the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Advisory Committee.