There are no links to the official documents for the years 1989 through 1995.
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Final regulations under sections 4681 and 4682 of the Code relating
to taxes imposed on exports of ozone depleting chemicals (ODCs), taxes imposed on ODCs
used as medical sterilants or propellants in metered dose inhalers, and floor stock taxes
Rev. Proc. 95-45
Section 911 (d)(4) waiver. Guidance is provided to individuals who
fail to meet the eligibility requirements of section 911(d)(1) of the Code because adverse
conditions in a foreign country preclude the individual from meeting those requirements. A
current list of countries and the dates those countries are subject to the section
911(d)(4) waiver is provided. Rev. Proc. 90-55 obsoleted.
The Service will challenge certain "stripping
transactions" under current law and will issue regulations under section 7701(1) and,
as appropriate, other sections of the Code.
Guidance is provided for household employers on how to correct 1994
and prior year Forms 942, Employer's Quarterly Tax Returns for Household Employees.
Treas. Dept. Order 150-01
Regional and district offices of the Internal Revenue Service. A
list of newly established or continued Internal Revenue Service regional and district
offices is provided.
This announcement contains the procedures that taxpayers may use to
request mediation for certain issues that are in the Appeals administrative process and
that are not docketed in any court.
The 1995 S Corporation Income Tax Package will not be mailed
automatically. To order the tax package, prior year filers of Form 1120S, U.S. Income Tax
Return for an S Corporation, will receive Form 8160-B, Form 1120S Tax Package Postcard.
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