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Estate Tax Exemption Going Down?

On April 20, 2016, House Ways and Means Committee Ranking Member Sander Levin (D-MI) introduced legislation that he said would bring fairness to the tax code by restoring the estate tax and gift tax to the more sensible levels that were in effect in 2009. While it is hard to know at this time what the fate of this bill will be, this proposal points to the importance of tax preparers and estate planners’ carefully evaluating the need to file a 706 to make the deceased spousal unused exclusion election (portability election).  

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Are you a CRTP That Can No Longer Represent Your Clients before the IRS?

 If you failed to check the box in your IRS PTIN account that you would abide by Sub-part B of Circular 230 you can no longer represent your clients before the IRS.  This is true even though CRTPs are exempt from taking and passing the special IRS Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) course you were still required to check that box on your PTIN account to obtain your annual “Record of Completion.”

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Late Filing & Late Payment Penalties Relief

The Internal Revenue Manual (IRM 20.1.1.3.6.1) provides a one-time administrative abatement of late filing and late payment penalties, commonly called the “first time abatement” (FTA) penalty relief, where a taxpayer has:

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