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How to Request an IRS Private Letter Ruling. The first revenue procedure published each year provides the necessary guidance to request a letter ruling. The current guidance is in IRS Rev. Proc. 2011-1. A private letter ruling (PLR) is a written response by Chief Counsel to a taxpayer that...

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) issued the following report IMPACT ON TAXPAYERS The Automated Collection System (ACS) is a telephone contact system used by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees to perform critical IRS processes such as collecting tax revenues and helping taxpayers resolve their...

IRS Issues Proposed Regulations Adjusting Use of Some Taxpayer Information WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today announced the issuance of proposed and temporary regulations and related revenue rulings addressing the use or disclosure of tax return information by tax return preparers. The regulations and related revenue...

The IRS has mandated six (6) new security, privacy, and business standards to better serve taxpayers and protect their information collected, processed and stored by Online Providers of individual income tax returns. Individual income tax returns generally refer to the 1040 family of returns. Refer to...

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