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IRS releases 2015 auto/truck maximum FMVs for cents-per-mile valuation and fleet-average rule

IRS releases 2015 auto/truck maximum FMVs for cents-per-mile valuation and fleet-average rule

Notice 2015-1, 2015-2 IRB 249 IRS has released the 2015 maximum fair market values (FMVs) for employer-provided autos, trucks and vans, the personal use of which can be valued for fringe benefit purposes at the mileage allowance rate (57.5¢ per mile for 2015). It also has released the 2015 maximum fleet-average vehicle FMVs for autos, […]

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IRS Updates Guidance On Use Of Electronic Media To Provide Employee Transportation Benefits

IRS Updates Guidance On Use Of Electronic Media To Provide Employee Transportation Benefits

Rev Rul 2014-32, 2014-50 IRB In a Revenue Ruling, IRS has provided guidance, in the form of a series of factual situations, on the use of smartcards, debit or credit cards, or other electronic media to provide qualified transportation fringe benefits to employees, as well as on the use by employees of debit cards for […]

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IRS releases 2014 auto/truck maximum FMVs for cents-per-mile valuation and fleet-average ALV rule

IRS releases 2014 auto/truck maximum FMVs for cents-per-mile valuation and fleet-average ALV rule

In Notice 2014-11, 2014-13 IRB 880, IRS has released the 2014 maximum fair market values (FMVs) for employer-provided autos, trucks and vans, the personal use of which can be valued for fringe benefit purposes at the mileage allowance rate (56¢ per mile for 2014). It also has released the 2014 maximum fleet-average vehicle FMVs for […]

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2014 auto and truck maximum FMVs for cents-per-mile and fleet average valuation

2014 auto and truck maximum FMVs for cents-per-mile and fleet average valuation

Here are the calculations of the maximum fair market values (FMVs) for employer-provided autos, trucks and vans, the personal use of which can be valued for 2014 for fringe benefit purposes at the mileage allowance rate. Also set forth below is the calculation of the maximum FMVs for autos, trucks and vans for fleet average […]

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Meet Paul Raymond

Meet Paul Raymond

Mr. Raymond is a sought after speaker in tax controversy law by many attorney, accountant, and business groups and at the request of the Internal Revenue Service, has presented programs at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attended by tax professionals throughout the United States.

Additionally, he continues to be an active member in the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, where he was the Past Chair of the Employment Taxes Committee.

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