Members Only : IRC7216
IRC 7216 EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009
As you are no doubt aware, IRS regulations regarding the unauthorized disclosure of tax return information went into effect on January 1st. While failure to comply could result in criminal penalties as well as fines, there is still considerable confusion about the regulations and their application. For example, you may now need written permission from certain clients to send them your newsletters.
The following links and documents may help you to navigate the various provisions of this regulation.
If you are aware of other helpful sites, please send the information to email@example.com.
INPACT has created a listserve, firstname.lastname@example.org, for members to discuss this issue.
If you have not yet subscribed and would like to participate, please contact email@example.com.
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Resources from INPACT Members:
Internal Revenue Service:
- IRC7216 Practice Guide
- IRC7216 Article
- IRC7216 Article-Footnote#49
- March 3, 2009
The AICPA is sponsoring a one-hour Q&A webinar on March 3rd which will be recorded.
The webinar presenters acknowledge that there is little clarity to this regulation
but will address as many questions as they can with insights gleaned from their discussions with the IRS.
An archive of the webinar will be available on their website: www.aicpa.org
Disclaimer: INPACT has provided this page regarding IRC7216 for general purposes only. No information contained on this website or in any INPACT listserve communication should be relied upon for accuracy or to address your firm's specific situation. Please consult the Internal Revenue Service and/or your legal counsel for assistance.