Tax Compliance for IRS B Notices and 1099 Penalty Notices

September 15, 2022 | 2.00PM EST | USA

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It’s B-Notice season!  The 2022 edition of this essential compliance training webinar provides updates on currently active IRS enforcement campaigns and current IRS administrative procedures for the B Notice and information return penalty programs.  The basic procedures required by Regulations and Revenue Procedures will be explained for the stages of compliance:

  • Initial vendor setup: Do your internal procedures for setting up vendors and other payees include all required steps for “TIN solicitation” – the process of obtaining tax identification numbers according to IRS rules including up to three attempts for reportable payees?
  • Backup withholding: Do you backup withhold 24% federal income tax from certain payments when required by tax regulations?
  • IRS Notice CP2100/2100A: Do you fully and timely carry out the required procedures when an IRS “B Notice” is issued to your organization?
  • IRS Notice 972-CG: Are you prepared to respond to the IRS Notice of a monetary penalty assessment proposed against your organization for failures in backup withholding or Form 1099 filing compliance?
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