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Thousands of employers have been snared in the IRS's all-out initiative to increase employment-tax audits — its first such initiative in 25 years. A main target: the tax treatment and reporting of employee fringe benefits.

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  • What is the IRS crackdown focusing on — and how can you stay in compliance?
  • What are the potentially excludable fringe benefits you can offer employees? And what record-keeping is necessary to document these benefits?
  • How do you compute the value of a "good" or a "service"? And how do you handle the payroll tax consequences for those items considered taxable?
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  • How do you calculate your exposure to an audit if you have some items that should have been considered wages subject to payroll taxation?

Employment taxes make up more than 44% of federal tax collections. And the IRS sees a lot of potential unreported income in employee fringe benefits.

In one case, the IRS hit IBM with a $7.5 million tax bill, saying meal allowances that IBM paid to its employees were taxable. IBM had thought they were a de minimis fringe benefit.

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