e-News for Tax Professionals Issue 2018-37

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e-News for Tax Professionals September 14, 2018

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Issue Number:  2018-37

Inside This Issue


  1. Be Prepared for Natural Disasters
  2. Tax Security 101: Data Theft Reporting for Tax Professionals
  3. Small Business, Self-Employed Clients? Third Quarter Estimated Tax Payment Due Sept. 17
  4. YouTube: Estimated Tax Payments
  5. IRS Announces Five Large Business and International Compliance Campaigns
  6. IRS Issues Proposed Regulations on Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income for U.S. Shareholders
  7. Deposits of the Oil Spill Liability Tax

1.  Be Prepared for Natural Disasters

Whether it's Hurricane Florence threatening the East Coast, wildfires in California, a volcano in Hawaii or tornadoes in the nation's midsection, it's always a good time to create or update an emergency preparedness plan.

For specific information on disaster assistance, visit irs.gov/disaster.

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2.  Tax Security 101: Data Theft Reporting for Tax Professionals

In the final installment of the 10-part Tax Security 101 series, the IRS and its Security Summit partners urge tax professionals to report data theft immediately and follow the necessary steps to help the IRS protect their clients. If notified timely, the IRS can stop fraudulent tax returns.

To review all 10 installments of the series, visit Protect Your Clients; Protect Yourself: Tax Security 101.

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3.  Small Business, Self-Employed Clients? Third Quarter Estimated Tax Payment Due Sept. 17

Do you have small business or self-employed clients? Remind them that meeting their tax obligation normally includes making quarterly estimated tax payments. Small businesses, self-employed individuals, retirees, investors and others who pay quarterly taxes must pay their third estimated tax payment for 2018 by Monday, Sept. 17.

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4.  YouTube: Estimated Tax Payments

For help determining whether your client should be paying estimated taxes, watch this IRS YouTube video.

For other tax-related videos, visit the IRS YouTube Channel.

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5.  IRS Announces Five Large Business and International Compliance Campaigns

The IRS Large Business and International division (LB&I) has announced the approval of five additional compliance campaigns. LB&I announced on January 31, 2017, the rollout of its first 13 campaigns, followed by 11 campaigns on November 3, 2017, five campaigns on March 13, 2018, six campaigns on May 21, 2018, and five more on July 2, 2018.

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6.  IRS Issues Proposed Regulations on Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income for U.S. Shareholders

The Internal Revenue Service issued proposed regulations concerning global intangible low-taxed income under section 951A and related sections of the Internal Revenue Code.

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7.  Deposits of the Oil Spill Liability Tax

Tax pros can rely on this information to calculate deposits of the oil spill liability tax for the second semimonthly period in September 2018 under the modified safe harbor deposit rule.

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