Special IRS efforts to focus on tax compliance, education begin FS-2019-15, November 2019 ― As part of a larger effort by the Internal Revenue Service to ensure fairness in the tax system, the IRS is taking steps to conduct special compliance efforts for individual and business taxpayers in various communities. Tax treatment for family members working in the family business FS-2019-14, October 2019 ― One of the advantages of someone running their own business is hiring family members. Tax situations when taking care of a family member FS-2019-13, October 2019 ― Families often hire individuals to care for children and dependents in their home, so family members can work or actively look for work. Employers may claim tax credit for providing paid family and medical leave to employees FS-2019-12, October 2019 ― Employers who provide paid family and medical leave to their employees may claim a credit for tax years 2018 and 2019. Understanding the latest Tax Gap estimates and overall taxpayer compliance FS-2019-11, September 2019 - The Internal Revenue Service periodically estimates the tax gap to gauge historical overall compliance of all types of taxpayers with their federal tax obligations. IRS explains CP2000 notices sent to taxpayers when their tax return doesn’t match information from 3rd parties FS-2019-10, June 2019 - When a tax return’s information doesn’t match data reported to the Internal Revenue Service by employers, banks and other third parties, the IRS will send a letter to the taxpayer. IRS Modernization Plan provides plan to improve services for taxpayers, tax community FS-2019-9, April 2019 - The multi-year IRS Modernization Plan includes dozens of initiatives to improve how the agency interacts with taxpayers and the tax community while continuing to strengthen cybersecurity protections and information technology systems. Facts About the Qualified Business Income Deduction FS-2019-8, April 2019 - Many individuals, including owners of businesses operated through sole proprietorships, partnerships, S corporations, trusts and estates may be eligible for a qualified business income deduction, also called the section 199A deduction. Understand how to report foreign bank and financial accounts FS-2019-7, April 2019 - In a global economy, many people in the United States have foreign financial accounts. 個人预估稅的基礎知識 美國的稅收制度是以隨賺隨交的方式運作的。 這意味著当收入是挣到或收到的，納稅人需要在年內支付大部分稅款。 納稅人通常必須通過扣繳，估計或額外的納稅或兩者的組合，在全年支付至少90％的稅（但是，見下文2018年的罰款減免）。 What are the benefits of filing and paying my taxes on time? IRS options can help FS 2019-5, April 2019 ― The IRS reminds taxpayers about the importance of timely filing and paying their taxes, and that there are several options available to help people having trouble paying. 預扣稅：如何正確對待 聯邦所得稅是隨賺隨交体制稅。 納稅人在年內賺取或獲得收入時繳納稅款。 納稅人可以通過查看扣繳金額來避免在報稅時出現意外情況。 美國國稅局強調了稅制改革對企業的影響 "減稅和就業法"（TCJA）包含了幾十項影響企業的稅法變更。 新法律的大部分變更於2018年生效，並將影響2019年提交的納稅申報表。 做好稅務準備 - 了解影響個人和家庭的稅制改革 2017年底頒布的“減稅和就業法”（TCJA）產生了30多年來最徹底的稅法改革。 TCJA，通常被稱為稅改，幾乎影響到每個納稅人 - 以及他們將在2019年提交的2018年聯邦回報。 Cash payment report helps government combat money laundering FS-2019-1, February 2019 ― Federal law requires a person to report cash transactions of more than $10,000 by filing IRS Form 8300, Report of Cash Payments Over $10,000 Received in a Trade or Business. News Release and Fact Sheet Archive Find an archive of news releases and fact sheets from November 2002 and news releases and a listing of fact sheets from 1997.