Next Tax Talk Today Highlights Estate, Gift and Employment Tax
IR-2009-48, May 4, 2009 — The Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Talk Today will feature a special 100-minute program on Tuesday, May 12 at 2 p.m. to discuss current estate, gift and employment tax issues.
IRS Seeks Applications for Advisory Council
IR-2009-47, May 1, 2009 — New members sought for the IRS nternal Revenue Service Advisory Council (IRSAC), which has eight open seats for three-year terms starting in January 2010.
E-file Hits Record 90 Million; 30 Million Filed From Home Computers
IR-2009-46, April 29, 2009 — More than 90 million tax returns have been e-filed this year. [This release includes the tax filing season statistics for the week ending April 24, 2009.]
Tax Breaks Available for Taxpayers Who Purchase Qualified Plug-In Electric Vehicles
IR-2009-45, April 24, 2009 — Plug-in electric vehicles using certain types of batteries may qualify for a new tax credit if purchased this year, the IRS said today.
Energy-Saving Steps This Year May Result in Tax Savings Next Year
IR-2009-44, April 22, 2009 — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded individual and business taxpayers that many energy-saving steps taken this year may result in bigger tax savings next year.
Recovery Rebate Credit Information Center
Information on the Recovery Rebate Credit.
Tax Relief in Disaster Situations
Tax relief provisions for disaster situations.
Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit
Feb. 2008 — Information on hybrid cars, including the certified car models and the amount of the tax credit or deduction for each. Frequently updated.
2008 Enforcement Statistics
IRS Strategic Plan, Fiscal Years 2009-2013
The plan outlines how the IRS will improve service to taxpayers and enforcement of the law over the next five years.
Compliance & Enforcement News
A collection of recent news releases, statements and other items related to IRS compliance and enforcement efforts.
Commissioner's Comments, Statements and Remarks
Various topics including tax administration, the IRS budget and tax shelters.
Taxpayers with unreported income may apply for a voluntary disclosure agreement with the IRS.
Page Last Reviewed or Updated: May 04, 2009