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Tax Guidance & Preparation

The Internal Revenue Service launched a new program that will enable many employers to voluntarily reclassifying their workers in an effort to resolve past worker classification issues. It is called the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP). This new program will allow employers the opportunity to make a minimal...

IRS Notice 2011-68 provides interim guidance on the federal income tax treatment of annuity and life insurance contracts with a qualified long-term care insurance (QLTC) feature. The guidelines address the application of certain changes to the federal income tax rules governing annuity and life insurance contracts as...

The IRS developed 14 criteria to evaluate applications for church foundation status. If a church does not meet these criteria, it will not receive tax exempt status. The criteria are weighted with the four most important of these being: • A complete organization of ordained ministers ministering to their congregations. • The...

To be taxed as an S corporation, a C corporation must elect S status by filing IRS Form 2553. Electing S status is fairly simple for a new or existing corporation, but meeting the requirements for S status can be more complex when the C corporation is not owned...