The Internal Revenue Service is trying to leverage the extra billions in funding from last year’s Inflation Reduction Act to narrow the ever-increasing gap between taxes due and taxes collected, but has spent surprisingly little of the money so far.
Pop-up companies aggressively pushing a small business tax credit may soon be in hot water with the IRS.
This is the type of language used on websites and in TV ads to get small businesses to apply for the employee retention credit (ERC), a pandemic-era program that applied in 2020 and 2021.
The IRS is clamping down on fraud in a pandemic-era tax program benefitting small businesses.
alliantgroup Vice Chairman and Former IRS Commissioner, Mark Everson Statement on Today’s IRS Announcement on ERC
alliantgroup Vice Chairman and Former IRS Commissioner, Mark Everson Statement on Today’s IRS Announcement on ERC: At alliantgroup we have helped thousands of taxpayers claim this important benefit.
A rash of bogus ERC claims in recent months has prompted the IRS to put the program on hold through at least the end of 2023.
The Internal Revenue Service said Thursday it’s putting an immediate stop to processing of new claims for the Employee Retention Credit after receiving a surge of questionable claims. The immediate moratorium will be in effect until the end of the year.
The IRS is launching plans with boosted technology and artificial intelligence to collect unpaid taxes from higher earners, partnerships and large corporations, which could transform tax compliance or spark challenges for the agency, experts say.
The Internal Revenue Service plans to leverage artificial intelligence to identify patterns of noncompliance in large partnerships, while also ramping up its examinations of high-income taxpayers and big corporations.
Artificial intelligence at the IRS isn’t new, but the recent infusion of funding from the Democrats’ tax-and-climate law gives the agency more fuel to address compliance gaps.