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Beginning this year, the IRS must send you notices of your old and new address, if your mailing address for tax purposes changes.

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Information return penalties are going up. Way up. Included as part of the Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015 is a provision that increases penalties for failing to file Forms W-2, 1099 or 1095-C, or to provide forms to payees. Beginning with forms re­­quired to be filed next year, penalties increase as follows

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Fewer full-time employees may elect COBRA coverage these days, because they can qualify for a premium tax credit and get a better deal on health insurance through the individual health exchange. But high earners, who make too much to qualify for a tax credit, may still elect COBRA. How you report COBRA on Form 1095-C depends on the reason COBRA was offered. FAQs from the IRS detail these reporting requirements.

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This month we return to Las Vegas and the American Payroll Association’s 33rd Annual Congress to cover questions fielded by reps from the Department of Labor.

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The IRS is giving hope to employees who yearn to skip the traffic by entering the HOV lane, which requires at least two, and sometimes more, passengers in a vehicle.

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If you receive a Letter 3007C from the IRS informing you that your filing status was changed from annual to quarterly, and you’re already a quarterly filer, don’t fret.

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Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

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Here are digests of some recently released official announcements from the IRS. Note: You may rely on official IRS announcements.

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The U.S. Supreme Court ended its 2014-2015 term with two decisions that may influence your business operations. Here’s the scoop.

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You are allowed to credit the state unemployment taxes you pay against your federal tax liability.

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