This is the first post from our slew of freelancer candidates. The following is by Jeremy Woodward.
If Lauryn Hill can't use this reasoning, it's likely that you won't be able to either.
Just as a precautionary measure.
Everyone knows that the IRS makes silly mistakes from time to time, but presuming that the Service employees who look at these tax returns won't be fooled by a 1040 from "First Name: Mr." and "Last Name: Bojangles" seems a little reckless:
But just to be safe, everyone in Fresno should be on a heightened alert of scent.
NPR's attempt to offer up something other than the usual tax day fare includes sharing IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman's workout playlist.
Specifically, because a lot of taxpayers could...uh, use a hand here:
Doug Shulman's shop is getting $500 million of the $1 billion set aside for implementing ACA:
Come November, we're going to have a new Commish:
The new preparer regulation system is up and running. Accenture, formerly Andersen Consulting, collects millions to process PTINs, while millions more go to Prometric, to administer the “competency exams.” Everyone, I mean, everything, is under control.