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How to file state taxes only 12. How to file state taxes only   Filing Form 720 Table of Contents Attachments to Form 720. How to file state taxes only Conditions to allowance. How to file state taxes only Use Form 720 to report and pay the excise taxes previously discussed in this publication. How to file state taxes only File Form 720 for each calendar quarter until you file a final Form 720. How to file state taxes only For information on filing Form 720 electronically, visit the IRS e-file website at www. How to file state taxes only irs. How to file state taxes only gov/efile. How to file state taxes only You may be required to file your returns on a monthly or semimonthly basis instead of quarterly if you do not make deposits as required (see Payment of Taxes, later) or are liable for the excise tax on taxable fuels and meet certain conditions. How to file state taxes only Form 720 has three parts and three schedules. How to file state taxes only Part I consists of excise taxes generally required to be deposited (see Payment of Taxes, later). How to file state taxes only Part II consists of excise taxes that are not required to be deposited. How to file state taxes only Part III is used to figure your tax liability for the quarter and the amount of any balance due or overpayment. How to file state taxes only Schedule A, Excise Tax Liability, is used to record your net tax liability for each semimonthly period in a quarter. How to file state taxes only Complete it if you have an entry in Part I. How to file state taxes only Schedule C, Claims, is used to make claims. How to file state taxes only However, Schedule C can only be used if you are reporting a liability in Part I or Part II. How to file state taxes only Schedule T, Two-Party Exchange Information Reporting, is used to report certain exchanges of taxable fuel before or in connection with the removal at the terminal rack. How to file state taxes only Attachments to Form 720. How to file state taxes only   You may have to attach the following forms. How to file state taxes only Form 6197 for the gas guzzler tax. How to file state taxes only Form 6627 for environmental taxes. How to file state taxes only Form 720X. How to file state taxes only   This form is used to make adjustments to Forms 720 filed in prior quarters. How to file state taxes only You can file Form 720X by itself or, if it shows a decrease in tax, you can attach it to Form 720. How to file state taxes only See Form 720X for more information. How to file state taxes only Conditions to allowance. How to file state taxes only   For tax decreases, the claimant must check the appropriate box on Form 720X stating that: For adjustments of communications or air transportation taxes, the claimant has: Repaid the tax to the person from whom it was collected, or Obtained the consent of that person to the allowance of the adjustment. 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How to file state taxes only   Form 720 must be filed by the following due dates. How to file state taxes only Quarter Covered Due Dates January, February, March April 30 April, May, June July 31 July, August, September October 31 October, November, December January 31   If any due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, you can file the return on the next business day. How to file state taxes only One-time filing. How to file state taxes only   If you import a gas guzzling automobile, you may be eligible to make a one-time filing using your SSN if you: Do not import gas guzzling automobiles in the course of your trade or business, and Are not required to file Form 720 reporting other excise taxes for the calendar quarter, except for a one-time filing. How to file state taxes only   If you meet both requirements above, see Gas guzzler tax (IRS No. How to file state taxes only 40) in the Instructions for Form 720 for how to file and pay the tax. How to file state taxes only Payment voucher. How to file state taxes only   Form 720-V, Payment Voucher, must be included with Form 720 if you have a balance due on line 10 of Form 720 and you are making your payment by check or money order. How to file state taxes only Prev  Up  Next   Home   More Online Publications
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Offshore Tax-Avoidance and IRS Compliance Efforts
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FY 2009 Enforcement Results
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Tips for Choosing a Tax Return Preparer
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IRS Releases New Tax Gap Estimates; Compliance Rates Remain Statistically Unchanged From Previous Study
IR-2012-4, Jan. 6, 2012 — The Internal Revenue Service today released a new set of tax gap estimates for tax year 2006. The tax gap is defined as the amount of tax liability faced by taxpayers that is not paid on time.

IRS Office of Professional Responsibility Prevails on Appeal Against CPA
IR-2011-48, April 25, 2011 — IRS Office of Professional Responsibility prevailed in an agency appeal against a Florida certified public accountant, according to the published Decision on Appeal.

IRS Begins Enforcement of New Return Preparer Rules
IR-2011-47, April 25, 2011 — The IRS is taking steps to stop tax preparers with criminal tax convictions or permanent injunctions from preparing tax returns.

How to Choose a Tax Return Preparer and Avoid Preparer Fraud
FS-2010-03, January 2010 — IRS fact sheet on how to choose a tax return preparer and avoid preparer fraud.

How to Choose a Tax Preparer and Avoid Preparer Fraud
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Tax Return Preparer Fraud
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Fraudulent Telephone Tax Refunds, Abusive Roth IRAs Top Off 2007 “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams
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IRS Moves to Prevent Telephone Tax Refund Abuse; Help Taxpayers Make Accurate Requests
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Statement of IRS Commissioner Mark W. Everson on the FY 2008 Budget
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Tax Return Preparer Fraud
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IRS Accepts Settlement Offer in Largest Transfer Pricing Dispute
IR-2006-142, Sept. 11, 2006 — IRS has reached a satisfactory settlement in a transfer pricing dispute with Glaxo SmithKline in the largest tax dispute in the IRS's history.

IRS and States Join Forces to Combat Money Laundering
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IRS Debunks Frivolous Arguments on Paying Taxes
IR-2006-45, March 16, 2006 — The IRS today issued updated guidance describing and rebutting frivolous arguments taxpayers should avoid when filing their tax returns

IRS Updates Tax Gap Estimates
IR-2006-28, Feb. 14, 2006 — The revised tax gap estimate is $345 billion for tax year 2001. The tax gap is the difference between what taxpayers timely and voluntarily should have paid and what they did pay.

IRS Improves Enforcement and Services in 2005
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IRS Launches Abusive Transaction Settlement Initiative
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KPMG to Pay $456 Million for Criminal Violations
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Robust Response for Executive Stock Option Initiative; Son of Boss Settlement Heading for $4 Billion
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IRS Collects $3.2 Billion from Son of Boss; Final Figure Should Top $3.5 Billion
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IRS Obtains More Than 100 Injunctions Against Tax Scheme Promoters
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States See Son of Boss Benefits; Tax Administrators Praise Efforts
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Understanding the Tax Gap
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Report on IRS Review of Alleged Political Campaign Intervention 2005
The Treasury Inspector General reports that IRS properly ran its program for investigating claims of inappropriate political campaign actions by tax-exempt organizations.

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