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Until January 1, 2005, any car worth less than $5000 donated to a charitable organization can be deducted based on the reasonable "blue book" value. The new tax law, effective Jan. 1, 2005, limits your deduction for donations greater than $500 to the gross proceeds...

Should an Extension be Given to the IRS to continue an Audit? =========== Question: http://www.lawguru.com/cgi/bbs/mesg.cgi?i=556453537 =========== Category: Tax and Taxation Law Location: MA Subject: Audit Extension The IRS has been auditing my 2001 Federal return since April, 2003. After no communication since May, 2003, I received a letter last week...

IRS can accept Installment Agreements to pay PArt of Tax Due. New Internal Revenue Code Sec. 6603 provides for the Partial Payment of Tax Liability in Installment Agreements This new section clarifies the IRS authorization to enter into installment agreements with taxpayers for less than full...

New Mileage Rates for 2005 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today released the optionalstandard mileage rates to use for 2005 in computing the deductible costs ofoperating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving expensepurposes.Beginning Jan. 1, 2005, the standard mileage rates for the use...

Earned Income Credit worth up to $4204 People who earned under $34,692 in 2003 might qualify for the Earned Income Credit (EIC). Refundable tax credits like this one usually mean more money in your pocket because they either reduce the amount of tax you owe or...

HOSPITALS WOULD NO LONGER BE EXCEPTED FROM PAYING EMPLOYMENT TAXES FOR MEDICAL RESIDENTS UNDER IRS PROPOSAL In what some analysts characterize as an attempted end run around court decisions that cut in the opposite direction, the Internal Revenue Service issues a proposed rule under which most medical residents and their...