The Scoop - February 14, 2018

Kristy Maitre
February 14, 2018

The following were discussed on the February 14 Scoop:

  • Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018
  • IRS Statement on Retroactive Extender Provisions
  • New Tax Scam Alert- Iowa
  • Minnesota Error Rejection Codes
  • Minnesota and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Health Insurance Provider Fee: 2017 and 2019 Moratoriums – Questions and Answers
  • Changes to the Practitioner Priority Service and Form 2848 and 8821
  • What’s New on 2017 Form 1065, Return of Partnership Income
  • IRS Statement on Health Care Reporting Requirement
  • Connecticut, New York and New Jersey Governors Launch Coalition to Sue over Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Key IRS Identity Theft Indicators Continue Dramatic Decline in 2017; Security Summit Marks 2017 Progress Against Identity Theft
  • Your Client Hasn’t Received Their W-2 Yet?
  • IRS Creates Special IRS.gov Page for Tax Reform
  • Use Pub 2043 to Set Refund Expectations for Your Clients
  • FinCEN announces filing deadline for 2017 FBARs

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