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February 5, 2018

Give me those rules

That would be in what Tax Notes calls a “stark contrast” to the 1986 tax overhaul, in which the Reagan administration largely did rely on notices.
February 1, 2018

IRS expands list of large business audit ‘campaigns’

For example, an LB&I official recently said that one of its original campaigns, which focused on land developers and the completed-contract method of accounting, resulted in numerous filings of Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method (Athanasiou, "LB&I Campaign Lessons and Selection Process Explained," 157 Tax Notes 1053 (Nov. 20, 2017)).
January 29, 2018

Growing Deficits, a Lawsuit, and More TCJA Questions

Tax Notes economics columnist Marty Sullivan crunches the numbers and concludes that—on average--foreign investment still will be tax advantaged under the TCJA, through it will benefit somewhat less than under the pre-TCJA law.
January 25, 2018

Looking into the commish

One particularly knotty question, according to Emily Foster of Tax Notes — the 20 percent tax deduction for pass-throughs is available to all but a “specified service trade or business,” which is a pretty broad definition.
January 25, 2018

Looking into the commish

Tax Notes reports the agency will be digging in on some of the most complex changes, including the new provisions for pass-through businesses and the limits on the deduction for business interest.
January 22, 2018

10 Questions to Ask a Tax Professional About the New Tax Law

“All through the year there will be updates coming out of the IRS and Treasury telling tax pros how to work with clients to implement this law,” says Chuck O’Toole, editor of Tax Notes