The 50% penalty for failure to make a required minimum distributions is waived for failure to make a required minimum distribution from an inherited retirement account for 2021 and 2022 when the account was inherited after 2019 and the participant died on or after the required beginning date.
This cash infusion into the IRS is long past due and I believe most of us (U.S. taxpayers) will benefit from this investment.
Although the provisions are significant, I think you can see these provisions won't have a significant impact on most taxpayers' income tax returns, possibly with the exception of the expanded premium tax credit.
How you progress will depend more on your ability to get along with others, your social skills, than anything else.
The tax consequences of fraud on the victims are complex and usually aren’t good news.
The IRS is waiving the requirement to include international tax information Schedules K-2 and K-3 for most domestic partnerships and S corporations for tax year 2021 (IR-2022-38, February 16, 2022.)
The passthrough entity tax is a workaround for the $10,000 individual income tax limit on the deduction for state taxes adopted in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. On February 9, 2022, Governor Newsom signed SB 113, which fixes some of the issues with California's passthrough entity tax.
According to the new instructions, domestic partnerships (including most LLCs) and S corporations must include new Schedules K-2 and K-3, reporting the owner's share of international transactions, even when the entity had no foreign activities.
According to 2020 FTB Publication 1001 (Revised November, 2021), page 13, the federal reduction of wages doesn't apply on the California income tax return.
I'm going to focus on two tax provisions of the Infrastructure and Jobs Act that I expect will have the broadest impact.