When evaluating this threshold, CPAs should consider that the position will be examined by the appropriate taxing authority with knowledge of all relevant information.
What does TA stand for?
TA stands for Taxing Authority
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- Target Area
- Target Audience
- Tartan Army (Supporters of Scotland's national football team)
- Task Agreement (various organizations)
- Task Analysis
- Task Authorizations
- Tasking Authority
- Taunton (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Taure en'Arvandor (gaming)
- Tax Amortization
Samples in periodicals archive:
TEI's comments explained that, since income taxes are generally self assessed, the primary uncertainty about a tax benefit is whether the taxing authority will assert a sustainable, post-filing claim that an enterprise owes an additional liability.
This distinction is important; when specific assessed taxes remain unpaid, a taxing authority can protect its claim by filing a tax lien in the county in which the taxpayer owns property.
Based on our members' experience in managing federal, state, and foreign tax audits and resolving disputes, TEI disagrees with the proposed Interpretation's presumption that a taxing authority will examine all tax positions, assert a claim, and disallow every tax position that is not supported at a "probable" level of confidence.
Areas to Watch There are several steps CPAs can take to ensure that their clients are not paying too much property tax: * Check the official record of the taxing authority for mistakes.
Fitch believes that while the taxing authority is permitted up to three millage points, which equates to approximately $15 million, it is somewhat limited by political and public opinion.
First, it will ensure that the decisions of the District's taxing authority are reviewed by an administrative law judge well-versed in tax matters and unrelated to the agency determining the tax.
If a taxpayer maintains records in both hard copy and machine-sensible forms, the taxpayer must provide the state authority with access to the records in machine-sensible form at the time of an audit, if so requested by the taxing authority.