When an IRS is conducting a detailed audit of a taxpayer, it may want to see documents and records retained by the taxpayer. The examiner will ask the taxpayer what type of documents are maintained, and will request that the taxpayer produce particular documents for inspection. 392 more words
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In January, the U.S. Tax Court threw a curve ball in many retirement planning strategies. The court held that a taxpayer could make only one nontaxable rollover contribution within each one-year period regardless of how many IRAs the taxpayer has. 613 more words
CRA update regarding the Heartbleed Bug – Online services restored
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is pleased to report that all of its online systems have been restored to full service as of April 13, 2014. 284 more words
Statement by the Commissioner of the Canada Revenue Agency on the Heartbleed bug
After learning that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) systems were vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug, the CRA acted quickly to protect taxpayer information by removing public access to its online services on April 8, 2014. 421 more words
Backroom Deals in Arizona Enrich Private Prison at Taxpayer Expense, by Olivia Sandbothe, AFSCME
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A private prison corporation already rakes in $45 million in taxpayer dollars each year in the state of Arizona, with a contract that virtually guarantees the company fat profits no matter how it actually performs.
Statement from Canada Revenue Agency:
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) places first priority on ensuring the confidentiality of taxpayer information.
We have received information concerning an Internet security vulnerability named the Heartbleed Bug. 157 more words