Individual Filer Notices
What If My Notice Isn't Listed
You'll find useful information here about many of the notices we send, including the purpose of the notice, the reason we send it, and a list of enclosures we might include with it. There's also sample content for each. Since parts of our notices vary depending on account conditions, the samples may not exactly match the notices we mail. The basic message, though, will be the same.
Business Filer Notices
Taxpayer Advocate Service
|National Taxpayer Advocate Congressional Testimony!
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson testifies about Issues Affecting Financially Struggling Taxpayers.
National Taxpayer Advocate's 2008 Annual Report to Congress!
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson released her 2008 Annual Report to Congress! NTA urges Congress to simplify the tax code and reduce the burden on taxpayers hit by recession.
Have a Tax Problem? ....Need Help?
As an independent organization within the IRS we help taxpayers resolve problems with the IRS and recommend changes that will prevent the problems.
Contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service!
Information for contacting your Taxpayer Advocate Service.
Who May Use The Taxpayer Advocate Service?
If you are experiencing economic harm or seeking help in resolving tax problems that have not been resolved through normal channels, you may be eligible for Taxpayer Advocate Service assistance.
What Can I Expect From The Taxpayer Advocate Service?
Your assigned Case Advocate will listen to your point of view and will work with you to address your concerns.
What Information Should I Provide To The Taxpayer Advocate Service?
Important information you should provide your Taxpayer Advocate.
Taxes . What You Need to Know . Responsibilities & Benefits!
Filing and paying your federal taxes correctly and on time is an important part of living and working in the United States. Understanding the way taxes work and the role of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can make it easier to get - and stay - out of tax trouble. This tool kit is an easy-to-read toolkit designed to help people understand taxes.
What Is Systemic Advocacy?
The Taxpayer Advocate Service not only helps individual and business taxpayers settle disputes with the IRS, but also tries to repair the larger, systemic flaws that cause trouble for taxpayers and IRS employees alike.
Low Income Taxpayer Clinics!
LITCs are qualifying organizations that provide representation for free or a nominal fee to low income taxpayers involved in tax disputes with the IRS.
Taxpayer Advocacy Panel (TAP)!
The Taxpayer Advocacy Panel listens to taxpayers, identifies taxpayers issues and makes suggestions for improving IRS service and customer satisfaction.
Evolution of the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate
The Taxpayer Advocate Service has an interesting history. See how TAS has evolved!
Taxpayer Advocate Service E-FOIA
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552, provides public access to agency records unless protected from disclosure by one of the FOIA.s nine exemptions or three exclusions. The FOIA applies to records created by federal agencies and does not cover records held by Congress, the courts, or state and local government agencies.
To provide annual statistics for U.S. businesses with no paid employment and payroll. The United States Code, Titles 13 and 26, authorizes this program.
Businesses that have no paid employment and payroll; have receipts of $1,000 or more ($1 or more for the construction sector); and file tax forms for sole proprietorships (Form 1040, Schedule C), partnerships (Form 1065), or corporations (the Form 1120 series). All NAICS industries are included with some exceptions;crop and animal production; investment funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles; management of companies and enterprises; and public administration. Data for non-employers are provided at broader levels of industry than data for employers. The Census Bureau publishes non-employer data for 476 separate industries. The 2006 Non-Employer Statistics had over 20.7 million establishments.
Information for non-employer establishments includes business location, NAICS classification, form of organization, and receipts. Sole proprietor establishments complete separate tax Schedule C forms, and partnership and corporate establishments have separate Employer Identification Numbers (EINs).
Data generally represent activity during the reference year. Data has been collected annually since 1997. Prior to 1997, Non-Employer Statistics were published as part of the 1992, 1987, 1977, and 1972 Economic Census. Data generally represent activity during the reference year.
As a compilation of information from Federal tax records, each year, non-employer data are used as a component of the sales and receipts estimates for business current surveys, and of the sample frame for surveys of businesses without paid employment. For years covered by the economic censuses, non-employer data are also processed, tabulated, and released as census statistics reports. Employer data are used each year to update the Business Register (BR). Since 1994, the Internal Revenue Service has supplied selected statistical information from business income tax records annually.
After initial census-year processing, data from tax records for non-employer businesses are consolidated into a single universe file. Previous census-year data for all non-employer businesses are replaced in each universe file, the new data are tabulated by industry classification, and tabulated data are forwarded for use in sector-based statistical programs and economic census data product.
The annual Non-employer Statistics are available about 18 months after each reference year. Data are available for the U.S., states, metro areas, and counties. Data are published on the Internet via hypertext tables (html) and comma-delimited format (CSV) downloadable files for spreadsheet or database use. Non-employer Statistics are also available through American Fact Finder (AFF) about two weeks after the HTML release.
Non-employer statistics are provided for statistical use in Census Bureau economic census programs; are a primary source of summary statistics used and published by women- and minority owned businesses survey programs; and are available as an annual data release. The Bureau of Economic Analysis uses these data to account for the total Gross Domestic Product for all businesses.
Non-employer statistics provides the only source of detailed and comprehensive data on the scope, nature, and activities of U.S. businesses with no paid employment and payroll.
Office of Women's Business Ownership (OWBO)
Statistics About Business Size (including Small Business) from the U.S. Census Bureau
Surveys of Minority - and Women-Owned Business Enterprises
|This page provides you links to sites that have specific information dealing with Gas Retailers.|