This week we look at the following developments:

  • Conference committees appointed and Joint Committee on Taxation issues report on differences

  • IRS memo clarifies the tax treatment of a disgorgement payment following U.S. Supreme Court decision

  • Qualified plan required amendment (RA) list published for 2017

  • No loss allowed on sale to former spouse

  • IRS found not to have conducted a second examination of the taxpayers’s books and records

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Direct download: 2017-12-11_-_Let_the_Conference_Begin.mp3
Category:Federal Tax Update -- posted at: 12:58pm EDT

This week we look at the following developments:

  • Senate passes their version of HR1, setting up moving to a conference committee
  • IRS gets access to information from bitcoin exchange
  • The Tax Court uses English law to determine if a payment was alimony for federal tax purposes
  • A safe harbor casualty loss rule is adopted for damage to concrete foundations caused by pyrrohite
  • A taxpayer is denied a deduction for legal fees to recover overpaid alimony
  • More relief for partnerships due to change in filing dates for 2016 returns
  • The Tax Court updates its views on how to evaulate Stamps.com postmarks under timely filing rules

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Direct download: 2017-12-04_On_to_the_Conference.mp3
Category:Federal Tax Update -- posted at: 5:17pm EDT

Current Federal Tax Developments for the week of November 23, 2017 - S Corporation Difficulties. Current Federal Tax Developments is brought to you by the state CPA societies and the Loscalzo Institute, a Kaplan Company.

This week we look at the following developments:

  • HR1 moves to the Senate floor this week
  • Taxpayer does not have COD income when relieved of requirement to pay back overpayments on pension
  • Qualified plan relief provisions extended to victims of California wildfires
  • Court does not accept attempt to use FLP discount to create income tax loss from liquidation of S corporation formed to hold FLP interest
  • No basis to shareholders in debt to S corporation other S corporation shareholders controlled
  • IRS issues FAQ on QSEHRAs

The articles for this week can be downloaded below:

2017-11-27 Current Federal Tax Developments

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Direct download: 2017-11-27_S_Corporation_Problems.mp3
Category:Federal Tax Update -- posted at: 12:44pm EDT

Another week as Congress continues down the path towards comprehensive tax reform. This week we look at the changes the Senate made to its bill, as well as the passage by the House of their version of the bill. We also discuss what comes next in this process.

The PDF below has the description of the two bills as they stood when this was recorded on November 18, 2017.

2017-11-20 Current Federal Tax Developments

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Direct download: 2017-11-20_One_Down_One_to_Go.mp3
Category:Federal Tax Update -- posted at: 2:27pm EDT

This week we look at the current developments on the tax reform front, including the two amendment sets adopted by the Ways and Means Committee and the Joint Committee's explanation of the bill the Senate Finance Committee will hold hearings on beginning Monday.

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Direct download: 2017-11-13_Tax_Reform_Continues.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:09pm EDT

Current Federal Tax Developments is brought to you by the Loscalzo Institute and your state society of CPAs. This week we look at HR1, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

A PDF with a description of the provisions can be downloaded below:

2017-11-06 Current Federal Tax Developments

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Direct download: 2017-11-06_Current_Federal_Tax_Developments_-_Tax_Reform_Starts.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:44am EDT

Current Federal Tax Developments is brought to you by the Loscalzo Institute, a Kaplan Company and by your state society of CPAs.

This week we look at the following developments:

  • House adopts Senate budget resolution beginning tax reform process
  • A taxpayer’s amount of claimed theft loss found excessive by Tax Court
  • An expert’s testimony did not substitute for records of cost of goods sold
  • IRS summons to state agency found to be proper
  • IRS memo discusses indirect loan issues for church 403(b) plan

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Direct download: 2017-10-30_Kick_Off_for_Tax_Reform.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:30pm EDT

Current Federal Tax Developments for the week of October 23, 2017 - Indexing Time of the Year. Current Federal Tax Developments is brought to you by the state CPA societies and the Loscalzo Institute, a Kaplan Company.

This week we look at the following developments:

  • IRS releases inflation adjusted tax factors for 2018
  • LB&I Division issues guidance on unit of property and major component issues for the mining industry
  • IRS announced retirement plan numbers for 2018
  • IRS announces nonacquiesence in S corporation/real estate professional decision
  • Anti-Kerr regulations officially withdrawn by the IRS
  • 2017 Returns without health care information will not be accepted for efiling
  • A court decision that appears to arrive at approximately the right place, but for all the wrong reasons

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Direct download: 2017-10-23_Indexing_Time_of_the_Year.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:32pm EDT

This week we look at the following developments:

  • Filing date relief issued by IRS for victims of Northern California wildfires
  • Challenge to minister’s housing allowance exclusion returns to court
  • Tax Court will assert strict subordination requirement for mortgages on conservation easements outside First Circuit
  • Signature no longer required for §754 election
  • Retroactive loss of tax-exempt status going back a decade proves very costly in terms of interest on unpaid tax
  • IRS email discusses potential impact on due date disaster relief and date for assessment of tax

PDF with articles for this week's podcast.

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Direct download: 2017-10-16_Housing_Allowance_Returns_to_Court.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:45pm EDT

Loscalzo Institute/A Kaplan Corporation Current Federal Tax Developments Weekly Update Podcast with Ed Zollars, CPA

This week we look at the following developments:

  • South Dakota petitions the Supreme Court for its Quill challenge
  • Congress passes a Hurricane relief bill
  • Taxpayer did not willfully fail to file FBAR
  • Parents are held liable to repay dependent son’s advanced health insurance credit
  • LB&I announces method that can be used to start with ASC 750 research expenses in computing qualified research expenditures
  • Time off donation programs expanded to cover Hurricane Maria relief donations
  • IRS releases special per diem rates for new fiscal year

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Direct download: 2017-10-09_Congress_Proves_It_Can_Pass_a_Tax_Bill.mp3
Category:Federal Tax Update -- posted at: 1:32pm EDT



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