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Quickfinder Updates

The Updates page provides information supplementing that in the Quickfinder Handbooks. Updates are arranged by publication, or by development type for broader developments that may impact multiple publications (such as tax legislation or late-breaking developments impacting 2019 returns). We invite you to visit this page regularly to view the most recent updates. For continued coverage of tax developments throughout the year, we recommend the Quickfinder Tax Tips Newsletter.

1040 Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Tax Year)

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All States Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Tax Year)

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Depreciation Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Tax Year)

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Health Care Reform Quickfinder Handbook (2020 Edition)

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Individuals—Special Tax Situations Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Tax Year)

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Premium Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Tax Year)

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Quickfinder Tax Tables for Business Returns (2019 Tax Year)

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Quickfinder Tax Tables for Individual Returns (2019 Tax Year)

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Small Business Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Tax Year)

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Tax Legislation

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Tax Planning for Individuals Quickfinder Handbook (2019 Edition)

  • [5/28/19] 2019 Vehicle Depreciation Limits and Lease Income Inclusion Table (Pages 1-16, 4-5, 4-6 and 4-7)
    • The IRS has released the Section 280F depreciation deduction limits for passenger autos (including trucks and vans) first placed in service during 2019. For passenger autos acquired before 9/28/17 and placed in service during 2019, the depreciation limits are $10,100 for the first year ($14,900 with bonus depreciation), $16,100 for the second year, $9,700 for the third year, and $5,760 for each succeeding year. For passenger autos acquired after 9/27/17 and placed in service during 2019, the depreciation limits are $10,100 for the first year ($18,100 with bonus depreciation), $16,100 for the second year, $9,700 for the third year, and $5,760 for each succeeding year. Also, the IRS has released the lease inclusion amounts for lessees of passenger autos first leased in 2019. Click on the following link for the text of Rev. Proc. 2019-26.

Late-breaking Developments Impacting 2019 Returns*
*Developments occurring after publication of handbooks but impacting 2019 returns

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