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Many College Students May Still Qualify for an Economic Impact Payment

The IRS is urging any eligible self-supporting college student who does not need to file a tax return to register by November 21 to receive an Economic Impact Payment before the end of the year.

A Biden Victory: What it Means for Your Clients

Join us on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 11 a.m. (EST) when Paul La Monaca, NSTP Director of Education, breaks down the tax plan and policies proposed by President-Elect, Joe Biden.

IRS Makes It Easier to Set Up Payment Agreements

The Internal Revenue Service has established a number of changes designed to help struggling taxpayers impacted by COVID-19 more easily settle their tax debts with the IRS.

IRS to Restart Sending 500 Series Balance Due Notices

The IRS will resume issuing the 500 series balance due notices to taxpayers later in October. These notices were paused on May 9 due to COVID-19.

‘National EIP Registration Day’ On November 10, 2020

The Internal Revenue Service has set November 10 as “National EIP Registration Day,” as the agency and partners across the country launch a final push to encourage everyone who does not normally fi

Audit Rates Increase for Higher-Income Taxpayers

Despite common misperceptions about IRS examination rates, the reality is that the likelihood of an audit significantly increases as income grows.

Update On $500 Per Child Payments for Federal Beneficiaries

As part of an effort to help people who were unable to provide their information in time to receive Economic Impact Payments (EIP) for their qualifying children, the Internal Revenue Service announ

California Wildfire Victims Have Additional Time To File

Victims of the California wildfires that began on September 4 now have until January 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments.

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