If the waiver is approved, the taxpayer will file the first return on paper and then the substituted (subsequent) return electronically.
What does W stand for?
W stands for Waiver
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6 of this Guidance states that "it is no longer required to obtain a waiver from the Milestone Decision Authority to cite military specifications and standards in solicitations and contracts.
In revenue procedure 2003-16, the IRS explained how taxpayers can apply for a waiver of the 60-day rollover period and when a situation merits an automatic waiver.
For example, the Secretary is empowered to issue guidance providing objective standards for a waiver of the 60-day rollover period for (1) a period during which the participant had received, but not yet cashed, a check; (2) financial institution errors; or (3) situations in which the taxpayer was unable to complete the rollover due to death, disability, hospitalization, incarceration, restrictions imposed by a foreign country or a postal error.
GAO is recommending that the Administrator of CMS take steps to (1) better ensure that state quality assurance efforts are adequate to protect the health and welfare of HCBS waiver beneficiaries, and (2) strengthen federal oversight of the growing HCBS waiver programs.