Tips For Filling Out IRS Form 8821, Tax Information Authorization

Hi and welcome to today’s video where we’re talking about IRS Form 8821: Tax Information Authorization. We’ll point out some common mistakes with this form and provide tips for how you can avoid them. Tip 1: What is Form 8821 and when should you use it? When helping your client resolve an issue with the IRS, you need […]

Information Technology Project Manager

I´m an I.T. project manager. I oversee the development and deployment of large- and small-scale computer systems that are deployed throughout the IRS. Every day is different. There´s a lot of different challenges and opportunities you get, and the decisions that you make here developing systems, they can and do affect every single person and business in the […]

Controversial Radio Show – Earth Radio Network is shocking truth radio

You can’t handle the truth under health Wolves Saturday night july 8:15 or 2017 Benjamin knight. What did they say the bilderberg group as you like it? The good Dr.. Drake is out tonight along with Double-a. They’re both attending to other business They shall return next Saturday night as you heard Benjamin knight is in studio with […]

W-2s, W-3s, 1099-MISC, Information Returns Due Date: January 31

HI, I’M BECKI, AND I WORK FOR THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. IF YOU ARE AN EMPLOYER, HERE’S AN IMPORTANT REMINDER ABOUT A LAW CHANGE THAT MOST LIKELY AFFECTS YOU. AS AN EMPLOYER, THE LAW NOW REQUIRES YOU TO FILE THE COPY OF THE W-2 FORMS YOU GIVE TO YOUR EMPLOYEES BY JANUARY 31ST. THIS INCLUDES THE W-3 FORMS. […]

The Government Shutdown Ends & Fox News Can’t Decide Whether Trump Won or Lost | The Daily Show

After 35 days of the longest shutdown in American history, America’s government is officially open for business. The shutdown is over. 800,000 furloughed federal workers will go back to work today and should be getting their back pay within days. TV REPORTER: That fix only opens the government for three weeks, and it does not provide any new […]

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act – Dining, Meals, and Entertainment Expenses for 2018 & 2019

hey mark Kohler here with an important tax and legal update we've got to talk about meals dining entertainment all the above 2018 is new territory now business owners pay attention because this is so important we've got a lot of changes and an important tax update from the IRS that just came out a month ago October […]

Meals and Entertainment

HI, I’M KATHY, AND I WORK FOR THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. BUSINESSES MAY NO LONGER DEDUCT EXPENSES FOR ENTERTAINMENT, AMUSEMENT OR RECREATION ACTIVITIES. BUT, YOU CAN STILL DEDUCT 50 PERCENT OF THE COST OF BUSINESS MEALS IF YOU OR YOUR EMPLOYEE IS PRESENT AND THE FOOD OR BEVERAGES AREN’T LAVISH OR EXTRAVAGANT. FOR MORE DETAILS, GO TO IRS.GOV/NEWSROOM/BUSINESSES. […]