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Click here for the NEW IRS Practitioner Directory!
The purpose of the IRS Telephone Directory for Practitioners is to assist members of the practitioner community as they attempt to resolve issues or concerns without circumventing normal channels that exist. Please note this information is only intended for tax professionals and is not to be shared with individual…
Recent communication with our IRS Stakeholder Liaison have identified two areas of difficulty for tax professionals. 1) Difficulty finding IRS phone numbers on IRS.gov and 2)Unfamiliarity with the Appeals process.
Marc Zine from the IRS has provided documents to address these issues. Click…
The IRS has provided updated information on the following topics:
Identity Protect Personal Identification Number (IP PIN) expanding in phases
Tax law questions timeframe extended
Form W-2 Verification Code pilot discontinued
Click here to read the complete notice…
Issue Management Resolution System (IMRS) Conference Call
Are you experiencing problems with IRS’ Online Payment Agreement,
Identity Theft issues, etc.?
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The IRS has updated some IRS.gov content to clarify issues regarding changes to the tax transcript distribution methods. As you may recall, in lieu of faxing tax transcripts, we will send certain transcripts into practitioners’ e-Services secure mailbox. However, there is a time limit for those transcripts to be available in your…
All tax professionals should take stock of security measures used to protect client data. Tax practitioners remain high-value targets of cybercriminals seeking to steal sensitive tax information, so they can file fraudulent returns. Whether a one-person shop or partner in a large firm, everyone should take steps to protect their clients and their…