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IRS Chief Counsel Addresses the Issue of Penalty Assessment for Failing to File Wage and Tax Statements

The IRS Chief Counsel recently notified agency staff in an internal email advice (see attached) that they may not assert penalties for failing to file and furnish Form W-2c, Corrected Wage and Tax Statement, at the conclusion of an audit. However, he then goes on to say in the email that penalties could be asserted […]

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IRS To Redact Social Security Numbers from Exempt Organization Applications

It is never a good idea to put the personal social security number of an individual on any sort of document, unless it is specifically required by law. Even then, you should consider whether an organizational tax identification number can be substituted in its place. Such is the case when filing an application for exemption […]

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