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Alerts For Acceptance Agents
ITIN Acceptance Agent Alert Here’s guidance for those who need to request ITINs (Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers).

EITC Assistant
Will your clients qualify for the EITC this year? There are a lot of rules to know to make sure only those qualified for the EITC claim it. Here's a way to know for sure. Use the EITC Assistant to figure out the rules and avoid errors. When it comes to help getting your clients what they honestly deserve, consider it done.

Basic Tools for Tax Professionals
A one stop shop of essential information for tax professionals.

Tax Hints - The Liaison Link October 2004
We have designed this quarterly publication for use by tax professionals year-round. The publication contains essential information in one concise and portable reference document. You will find calendars, special events and IRS announcements you may have missed. Feedback is welcome. Please send feedback to *public_liaison@irs.gov

Tax Talk Today
Tax Talk Today is dedicated to providing continuing education and information for tax practitioners. This series of monthly 60-minute webcasts covers current issues of interest to the tax professional community. You can participate live or review the archived programs.

Where to File Addresses for Tax Professionals for Use in Calendar Year 2005
This site provides addresses for 2005 filing season.

e-file Made Easy - A Tax Professional's One-Stop e-file & e-Pay Shop
Attention Tax Professionals ~ This is your one-stop resource center for individual and business e-file and e-Pay. Remember to bookmark this page, because we know you'll want to come back!

Tax Hints 2004
Here's the popular Practitioner's Guide to the Filing Season, newly updated for tax year 2003. We've compiled important filing season information to help you help your clients --- all in one document

Understanding Your IRS Notice
We realize that receiving a notice from the IRS can be unnerving, but if you follow these simple steps, the process to resolving the discrepancy should be straight forward.

Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) Reminders for Tax Professionals
Review these important reminders to help your clients who are filing tax returns with ITINs (Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers), or who need to secure ITINs to file.

IRSAC and IRPAC General Information
General Information on the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council and the Information Reporting Program Advisory Committee. As well as applications for this open season.

Information Returns Processing
The Information Reporting Program Website is designed to help you meet your Information Reporting Requirements. Included are help-line telephone numbers and direct links to aid you in reporting information returns. You will also find information about how to file returns electronically or magnetically.

EFTPS Marketing Materials Order Form for Practitioners
Tax professionals can now order free Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) marketing materials and enrollment forms directly from the internet. Use them to help your individual and business customers understand and reap the benefits of this safe, easy and efficient way to pay their taxes. For on-line enrollment visit www.eftps.gov.

Problem-Solving Appointments Available
You don't have to wait for a special event to get personal, face-to-face help solving your clients' federal tax problems. Problem-solving assistance is available every day at every IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center across the country.

Form 1120/1120S e-file
IRS e-file for Form 1120, U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return, and Form 1120S, U.S. Income Tax Return for an S Corporation

e-services - New Products Now Available
e-services is a suite of web-based products that will allow tax professionals and payers to do business with the IRS electronically. These services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from just about any computer with an internet connection. New products are now available, including the on-line e-file application.