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    New Section 7216 Regulations Become Effective

    Overview An overview of the new IRS regulations under Internal Revenue Code section 7216 becoming effective. The regulations generally prohibit the disclosure or use of tax return information without the client's explicit, written consent
    Published on September 21, 2012

    AICPA Provides IRS Proposed FAQs, Seeks Additional Section 7216 Guidance

    Comment Letter ...AICPA and other professional organizations submitted eight draft frequently asked questions (FAQs) to the IRS, addressing issues of concern to taxpayers and tax return preparers relating to the section 7216 regulations. The FAQ document also includes a list of modifications the AICPA believes are critical to making the section
    Published on January 28, 2011

    AICPA Backgrounder on Proposed Section 7216 Regulations

    Primer Organizations representing consumers argue regulations proposed by IRS make it easier for tax preparers to use taxpayers? information for purposes other than preparation of tax returns. Provided is background & answers to questions on the topic.
    Published on April 17, 2012

    Tax Preparer Rules for Disclosure and Use of Return Information Disclosure Requirements of Sec. 7216

    Article Article on the new IRS regulations under the Internal Revenue Code section 7216, which generally prohibits the disclosure or use of tax return information without the client's explicit, written consent
    Published on May 03, 2013

    AICPA Statement on IRS Oversight and Tax Compliance

    Comment Letter ...April 1 on IRS oversight and tax compliance topics, including the alternative minimum tax, estate tax reform, the tax treatment of cell phones and personal digital assistants, the section 7216 regulations, penalty reform, the IRS e-file strategy, and
    Published on January 28, 2011

    AICPA Speaks up Against Penalties in ID Theft Bill

    Newsletter The CPA Advocate: July, 2013. Congress is considering ways to clamp down on tax-related identity theft, including higher penalties on tax preparers.  Find out what the AICPA is saying about these efforts and its own recommendations.
    Published on July 18, 2013

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