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The missing link to the IRS's explanation of the repeal of 6041(h)...

Mr. Weiss: Back in December you quoted in the Tax Forum an IRS "announcement" to the effect that we don't have to pay attention to the "check here to commit perjury" boxes about 1099s given (or not) to landlords cuz the law requiring it was repealed.

I have lost track of where that announcement was, and I now realize that you may have found the *only* official recognition of the repeal.

The date was May of 2011 and maybe you can find it for me again. If I knew how to really manipulate the stuff on my 'puter screen I would be able to quote your post to the Tax Forum, but I don't know how...

I found a copy of the Bill/Act but not the IRS's reference to it...

Hope you're having a wonderful day off...

Thank you,

Mr. Czech

Spell Czech 22:43, 11 February 2012 (UTC)

This was what you quoted back then, and I have had found a link to it, but the link doesn't work anymore

IRS website dated 5-24-11 which modifies their Form 1099-MISC instructions:

Section 3 of Public Law 112-9 repealed section 6041(h) of the Internal Revenue Code, which would have required the reporting on Form 1099-MISC of rental property expense payments made after December 31, 2010.

Therefore, in the 2011 Instructions for Form 1099-MISC, please disregard:

Treatment of rental property expense payments under What's New on page 1, The second paragraph under Trade or business reporting only on page 1, and Rental property expense payments on page 3.


>>>Was there also an IRS acknowledgment of the problem with the boxes on Sch C, Sch E, Sch F, and maybe Form 8825, too. My memory ain't what it used to be, since yesterday... Spell Czech 22:48, 11 February 2012 (UTC)

I'd like to look at that case.Can you tell me how I can do this?

Your posts about e-file PINs etc

Hi, you posted the info about e-file PINs and Pub 1345 on two separate discussions:

It didn't seem like you'd intended that to be posted on the pension beneficiary discussion, so I removed it. But if you had intended to post something else there, I thought I'd let you know to repost.

(You can see my edit removing your post via the discussion history - http://www.taxalmanac.org/index.php?title=Discussion:Pension_Beneficiary_and_PA-1500&action=history (click two radio buttons and then the "Compare selected revisions" to see the differences).)

Trillium 20:55, 24 July 2012 (UTC)

Self directed IRA and Real Estate

Hi Gerry,

Totally appreciate the responses last week. Client definitely wishes to pursue this as an option but I am not comfortable handling it at this time. It does seem interesting and in time, maybe, but now, definitely not.

Anyway, you seem knowledgeable and I was wondering if this is something you might think about handling for my client. i don't think the distance is any issue, not with today's technology.

Anyway, if interested in having a discussion, I am more than happy to refer him to someone who can assist.

Fsteincpa 15:39, 20 October 2012 (UTC)

AMT question

You seem to have a good understanding of AMT. Can you help me on this forum post?

Thanks in advance.

http://www.taxalmanac.org/index.php/Discussion:Unused_AMT_Credit_-_is_it_use_it_or_lose_it%3F_Calling_out_WEISSEA_or_any_others_for_help

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