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In Gebman v. Commissioner, TC Memo 2020-1, the Tax Court denied numerous deductions related to a rental...

source: By David S. De Jong, Esq., CPA, Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong PC

The Illinois Department of Revenue collected more than $237 million in back taxes — about $65 million more than initially estimated — during a six-week tax amnesty period, the agency said. The revenue from more than...

source: WGIL-AM

Nonprofits could soon get long-awaited guidance on the tax law’s change to reporting requirements for income they make from business unrelated to their core mission. The 2017 overhaul said that nonprofits can no longer report unrelated business income — which...

source: Bloomberg Tax

Any changes in the final version of rules for the 2017 tax law’s cap on companies’ interest payment write-offs could impact the manufacturing, oil refining, and assisted living sectors. The rules could also have big implications for private equity firms, with...

source: Bloomberg Tax

In finalizing its regulations on the 2017 tax law’s “opportunity zones,” the Treasury Department took some questionable business giveaways that were included in its proposed regulations and actually expanded them. The Joint Committee on Taxation has nearly...

source: Common Dreams

U.S. companies are challenging the IRS definition of cryptoassets, arguing that this creates an additional compliance and reporting burden for tax accounting purposes. The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance, a nonprofit trade association, has written to the U.S. tax authority...

source: Accountancy Daily


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