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Form 8822-B

Businesses and retirement plans have a new form to file, starting this year. Any entity that has an employer ID number is now instructed to file Form 8822-B to notify IRS of a change in the entity’s responsible party...generally, the person who controls or manages the entity and its assets. Normally, the 8822-B is due
within 60 days of the change, but filings for pre-2014 changes are due by Feb. 28. IRS hopes the data will help it track down taxpayers for audit and curb abuses. Interestingly, although filing is mandatory, there’s no penalty for failing to comply

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