|Coverage includes: the 3% Withholding Repeal and Job Creation Act (P.L. 112-56, 11/21/2011); the Temporary Payroll Tax Cut Act (P.L. 112-78, 12/23/2011); the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-96, 2/22/2012); the Temporary Surface Transportation Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-140, 6/29/2012); and the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (P.L. 112-141, 7/6/2012).
The Handbook reflects all federal tax legislation passed by Congress to date of publication. It also reflects other key developments (such as new regulations, rulings and revenue procedures) affecting the 2013 return and the 2014 tax year.
The Handbook continues to be the premier source for today’s federal tax law. This year’s book is more extensive than ever, providing you with the precise explanations of tax changes affecting your business. But it’s more than just a comprehensive tax resource written in terms you know and use.
USE THE HANDBOOK AS A VALUED RESOURCE FOR YOUR STAFF!
Put this insightful advice and guidance on the latest tax topics and changes right at your employees’ fingertips. The Handbook offers:
- Detailed coverage of the latest tax legislation
- Current and future income tax rates, current estate, gift and excise tax rates, and Social Security tax thresholds
- Guidance on which forms to use to report transactions, pay taxes, make elections, etc.
- Extensive professional guidance based on the experience of RIA’s expert editorial team
The Handbook also features these great research aids: comprehensive topic index, margin index on the back cover, approximately 40 pages of depreciation and inclusion amount tables, table of contents, plus a description of what’s new on the Form 1040, a tax calendar, and a comprehensive list of IRS publications.
Whether it’s used as a resource for your employees or a quality premium for your clients, the RIA Federal Tax Handbook is the only tax resource for all of your day-to-day tax questions.
For late or yet-to-be-enacted legislation that may affect current and future tax years go to: ria.thomsonreuters.com\federaltaxhandbook.