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File state taxes Alabama taxpayers have four new refund donation check-offs from which to choose this year, bringing the total number of available refund donation check-offs on the 2013 return to sixteen. The new offerings include: the Alabama State Historic Preservation Fund, Archives Services Fund, Alabama Firefighters Annuity and Benefit Fund, and the Victims of Violence Assistance (Reference: Acts 2011-620; 2011-552, and 2012-259, respectively). File state taxes Driver’s License/Non driver’s Number, Date of Birth Requirements Added to Return Filings Taxpayers who electronically file 2013 Alabama Forms 40, 40-A or 40 NR should include their driver’s license or non-driver’s license number, as well as their date of birth, on their Alabama returns. This is the department’s latest effort to combat the growing threat of identity theft and fraudulent tax return filings. The department will use this information to validate filers’ names and dates of birth information shown on the Alabama returns against names and dates of birth information shown on individuals’ driver’s licenses or non-driver’s licenses. If a match does not occur, then the return will File state taxes be flagged and will be reviewed by an examiner. No other personal information shown on an individual’s driver’s license or non-driver’s license record will be available to the ADOR for use, such as photo identification, physical description, driving restrictions or gender. File state taxes
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The Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) publishes all disciplinary actions in the Internal Revenue Bulletin (IRB). Published sanctions include censure, suspension or disbarment from practice before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). OPR's IRB Listing provides the bulletin number, date, and page number of all sanctions imposed by OPR since 1998.  A practitioner's eligibility to practice before the IRS may have been reinstated since the publication of discipline in the IRB. To verify a practitioner's current status to practice, please contact Internal Revenue Service, Office of Professional Responsibility, Attention: SE:OPR, Room 7238/IR, 1111 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20224.

In addition to the above, regulations permit the OPR to make available to the public opinions involving disciplinary proceedings once they become Final Agency Decisions (FAD). A decision becomes a FAD at one of two points:

  • After an administrative law judge issues a Preliminary Decision and Order and neither party appeals to the Secretary of the Treasury, or his designee, within 30 days, or;
  • After the Secretary of the Treasury, or his designee, issues his or her Decision on Appeal. Although the practitioner may appeal the Decision on Appeal to a Federal District Court, the Decision constitutes the FAD and will be made public. The term of any suspension or disbarment will begin on the date the Decision on Appeal is released by the Appellate Authority.

All Preliminary Decisions and Orders and Decisions on Appeal issued since September 26, 2007 can be viewed at our final agency decisions page.











Guidance on Restrictions During Suspension or Disbarment from Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service (August 2011)

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