Georgia residents may have heard about the proposed regulations issued by the Internal Revenue Service regarding the income of master limited partnerships whose activities pertain to natural resources and minerals. The proposed regulations were issued on May 5 and particularly refer to Section 7704(d)(1)(E) of the Internal Revenue Code for MLPs.
Georgia residents who are dealing with IRS issues may be interested in some information on our firm's tax law practice and how it may be able to provide help. Without effective representation, actions by the IRS may seriously affect your finances.
Atlanta taxpayers may be interested in some of the possible effects of IRS health care tax credits. In some cases, these credits may seriously affect a person's expected tax refund.
Georgia residents may be interested in an article discussing what the IRS views as willful violations versus innocent mistakes. This standard may be different than what most taxpayers think and the consequences can be harsh if careful attention is not paid.