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IRS Updates Policy Regarding Racial Non-Discrimination Policy Notices

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), via new guidance issued in May of 2019, has added an additional way for private schools to publicize their racially nondiscriminatory policy to the general public. The agency now says a website statement is considered to be a suitable method for providing notice. This development should be carefully considered by […]

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Individual Personally Liable for Company’s Unpaid Sale and Use Taxes

An individual was personally liable for a company’s unpaid sales and use tax liabilities because he was listed as president, secretary and treasurer of the company on its application for a seller’s permit and had electronically filed its sales tax returns. In this matter, after the company terminated its operations, the California Department of Tax […]

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Expect More Church Audits Regarding ACA Compliance

According to an article recently written by Frank Sommerville and published by Church Law and Tax, the IRS has begun initiating church exams to test for compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Though the total number of audits promised is likely to only affect a small percentage of churches, the news should prompt all […]

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