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Latest handy numbers

Where can you find the 2019 mileage rates, 2019 tax brackets and 2018 AZ Standard deductions, and oodles of other juicy numbers? At the FAQ page on the AzSEA website, of course.

Final 1040 form

IRS has released the final version of its new 1040 form and its six new schedules: F/1040, Sch/1 Additional Income, Sch/2 AMT & PTC, Sch/3 Nonrefundable Credits, Sch/4 Other Taxes, Sch/5 Refundable Credits, Sch 6 Foreign Address or Third Party Designee.

Tax Reform pub for taxpayers

The IRS has issued a “summary” of tax reform provisions geared toward taxpayers (who want to know a lot): Pub 5307, Tax Reform Basics for Individuals and Families

Renew your PTIN

PTIN renewal season has opened. To file returns for clients next year, you need to renew your PTIN by Dec. 31.
The good news — there is no charge to renew your PTIN for 2019. So, there’s no reason to put it off. Go to www.IRS.gov/ptin or rpr.irs.gov.

That’s also where you can check your Continuing Education credits.

IRS announcements & guidance

IRS also has set up a webpage of resources about the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA).