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Illinois Electronic Withholding Deposit and IL-941 Filing will Move from WebFile system to MyTax Illinois System on July 1

Illinois Electronic Withholding Deposit and IL-941 Filing will Move from WebFile system to MyTax Illinois System on July 1

On July 1, 2013, the Illinois Department of Revenue will implement the third phase of the MyTax Illinois online tax account management program. This third phase of MyTax Illinois will provide return filing, payment, and account management for withholding income tax (Form IL-941 and IL-941-X). It will also provide account management and payment options for … Read More

Why Should I Improve My State Apportionment Process?

Why Should I Improve My State Apportionment Process?

Over the last few years, tax departments still face the same three management objectives: Budget: Requests to do more with less, or to keep spending costs low without recognition of increased complexity and workload Risk Mitigation:  The need to get returns out the door, but we must also support provision reporting with an increased focus … Read More

Ask the Expert: The W-9 in response to B Notice does not have a signature

Ask the Expert: The W-9 in response to B Notice does not have a signature

Question: We received a new Form W-9 from a vendor, in response to the “First” B-Notice letter we sent them after the vendor was on our recent B-Notice list from the IRS showing that the taxpayer ID number we used on the last Form 1099-MISC for this vendor didn’t match the vendor name. But we … Read More

Local Government Reorganization In Indiana

Local Government Reorganization In Indiana

Effective 07/01/2013, the bill specifies: After a reorganization a political subdivision may establish funds and impose tax levies A merged township may use funds to pay the indebtedness of the new government, make improvements to infrastructure, transfer funds to a transportation corporation, improve fire departments, establish an equipment replacement fund and reduce terms of township … Read More