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Security Summit: IRS Prepares for 2018 Filing Season On October 17, 2017, the IRS joined with representatives of the software industry, tax preparation firms, payroll and tax financial product processors [...]
From the Desk of Lauran L. Stevenson The Hobby Loss Rule Part III: Audit Mitigation Ensuring that the activity will be considered engaged in for profit means that there must [...]
From the Desk of Lauran L Stevenson The Hobby Loss Rule: Determining Factors Part II If a taxpayer does not meet the standards of the safe-harbor presumption, determining if an [...]
From the Desk of Lauran L. Stevenson Equifax Data Breach: The Saga Continues A deal was finalized on October 2, 2017 that awarded Equifax a $7.25 million government contract to [...]
From the Desk of Lauran L Stevenson The Hobby Loss Rule: What is the Hobby Loss Rule? Part I IRS Code Section 183, entitled Activities Not Engaged in for Profit, [...]
From the Desk of Michael T. McCormick The Equifax Data Breach and Steps to Stay Safe Equifax discovered a data breach on July 29, 2017 through a flaw in a [...]
From the Desk of Lauran L Stevenson Tax Relief for Victims of Hurricane Irma Hurricane Irma left record breaking damage in its wake, leaving many taxpayers in uncertainty for the [...]
From the Desk of Lauran L Stevenson IRS Tax Relief in the wake of Hurricane Harvey On Tuesday, the IRS made an announcement outlining several relief provisions for victims of [...]
From the Desk of Michael T. McCormick Divorce or Separation May Affect Taxes Taxpayers who are divorcing or recently divorced need to consider the impact divorce or separation may have [...]