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Late 2553

I filed at least two of these for 2006 after Feb 2007 and they were approved. I don't think the timing is that crucial to the IRS, just that you reference the correct Rev. Proc. and include reasonable cause. I usually blame the attorney. BethAZ 19:46, 27 August 2007 (CDT)

Call for Funny Tax Stories

Hi Birdman,

My name is Vanessa Piccinini and I work at Intuit's Public Relations agency. We came across your funny tax stories and would like to share them with an accounting Web site interested in running stories like yours during the busy tax season to give readers a good laugh.

In order to participate, just reply to this message giving your permission. We will not share your story unless you respond giving us permission to do so. Additionally, we will give your avatar credit for it, since we do not have your real name and even if we did, we would not probably not include it to ensure client confidentiality (though the chances of your client reading the accounting publication in question may be very slim.)

Thank you in advance for your attention!

Vanessa Piccinini

Linking to Regs

Hi, I noticed you were trying to link to a reg - this doesn't always work as intended (it should work the same as linking to the IRC sections, but some of the shortcuts aren't the same). What you need to do is go to the regs: Treasury_Regulations, find the one you want, and then copy the link into your post. You can use the normal link formatting to shorten the link if you want. You can see an example of how I did that on the discussion where you were trying to provide the link (click edit to see the underlying formatting).

In the process of trying to add that link, you started a new article containing an excerpt of Reg. 1.1402(a)(4), and I'm going to delete that article, since we already have a full set of the regs available on TA.

Let me know if you have questions on this.


Trillium 12:03, 1 July 2009 (CDT)

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