Centralized IRS partnership audit regime

Learn about the centralized IRS partnership audit regime and how it may affect taxpayers conducting business through partnerships

Miri Forster

Miri Forster

Principal, Tax Controversy Services, KPMG US

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Effective tax years beginning January 1, 2018, a new centralized IRS partnership audit regime will transform partnership audits and the assessment and collection of tax, affecting all taxpayers that conduct business through partnerships now and in the future.

Sectors potentially affected by the new regime:

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