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									e-News for Small Businesses                                                        November 25, 2005

Tax Resources for                 Issue Number: 2009-24
Small Businesses
                                  Inside This Issue
Small Business and Self-
Employed One-Stop Resource

Small Business Forms & Pubs
                                     1.   NOL carryback option expanded
Small Business Events
                                     2.   IRS will begin employment tax research study in February
                                     3.   IRS proposes new rules on credit card reporting
e-File for Businesses and Self-      4.   Latest Retirement News for Employers
Employed                             5.   Fuel and road use tax - agriculture tax tips
                                     6.   Recent IRS announcements
Businesses with Employees

Small Business Products           1. NOL carryback option expanded
Self-Employed Individuals

S Corporations
                                  Recent legislation expanded the net operating loss carryback
                                  option for businesses.

                                  IR-2009-105 has more information about the procedures outlined
Other Resources                   under Rev. Proc. 2009-52.

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All Forms and Pubs
                                  2. IRS will begin employment tax research study in February
Electronic IRS

Federal Tax Gap                   Early next year the IRS will begin the three year Employment
                                  Tax National Research Project.
Retirement Plans
                                  The IRS will randomly select 2,000 taxpayers each year for
                                  comprehensive examinations to collect data on employment tax
Tax Information for Charities
                                  filers.
and Other Non-Profits
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State Links

                                  3. IRS proposes new rules on credit card reporting
Other Agencies

SSA/IRS Reporter   Beginning in 2011 banks and other entities must report payment
                   card and third-party network transactions to participating
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                   merchants and the IRS.

                   This week the IRS issued proposed regulations on reporting
                   requirements for payment card and third-party payment
                   transactions.

                   IR-2009-106 has more information.

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                   4. Latest Retirement News for Employers


                   The 2009 fall issue of Retirement News for Employers is now
                   available.

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                   5. Fuel and road use tax - agriculture tax tips


                   An updated IRS.gov page provides information on claiming a
                   credit or refund for excise taxes on un-dyed diesel fuel or un-
                   dyed kerosene used on a farm for farming purposes.

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                   6. Recent IRS announcements


                   IR-2009-107, Interest Rates Remain the Same for the First
                   Quarter of 2010

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