Has your business or tax profession been a victim of a personal data breach? 

A data breach is the intentional or unintentional release or theft of secure information.  It can be a phishing scheme or a sophisticated cyber-attack on business computers by criminals.  Criminals use this data around the country to file fraudulent tax returns.  This could have a negative effect on the victim's tax accounts with state tax agencies. 

If your business or tax profession has been a victim of a personal data breach, you should provide notice to states be emailing [email protected].


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IRS Extends Tax Relief, Filing Extensions to Kentucky Flood Victims

Storm victims in parts of Kentucky now have until Nov. 15, 2022, to file various individual and business tax returns, and make tax payments, according to the IRS.
Any area designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as qualifying for individual or public assistance will receive relief. The current list of eligible localities and qualifying payment types are available on the IRS’s disaster relief page, with additional relief resources available on the state of Kentucky’s flood resources page.

FTA Provides Feedback to Senate Finance Committee on 2022 Filling Season

In response to the Senate Finance Committee’s hearing on February 17, FTA provided feedback on the key issues facing state tax administration during this filing season. FTA’s comments to the Committee focused the intersection between the federal and state tax codes, revenue collection from the last few years, and the structure of state departments of revenue.

 To read FTA’s feedback, please click here.