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Issue Number:    2020 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum

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Here is a video tax tip from the IRS: 

2020 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum English | Spanish

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IR-2020-174: IRS issues proposed regulations for TCJA’s simplified tax accounting rules for small businesses

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IRS issues proposed regulations for TCJA's simplified tax accounting rules for small businesses

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today issued proposed regulations proposed regulations updating various tax accounting regulations to adopt the simplified tax accounting rules for small businesses under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

For tax years beginning in 2019 and 2020, these simplified tax accounting rules apply for taxpayers having inflation-adjusted average annual gross receipts of $26 million or less (known as the gross receipts test).

Taxpayers classified as tax shelters cannot use the simplified rules even if they would meet the gross receipts test.

Prior to the TCJA, certain taxpayers could determine whether they were eligible to figure taxable income under the cash method of accounting by meeting a different gross receipts test.  That gross receipts test was met if the taxpayer's average annual gross receipts for all prior taxable years did not exceed $5 million. 

After the TCJA, a taxpayer meets the gross receipts test and can use the cash method if average annual gross receipts for the three-taxable year period ending immediately before the current taxable year are $25 million (adjusted for inflation) or less.

The TCJA also exempted taxpayers meeting the gross receipts test from the uniform capitalization rules.  Tax reform also added an exception to the requirement to use an inventory method if their inventory is treated as non-incidental materials and supplies, or in accordance with the applicable financial statement (AFS).  If they do not have an AFS, taxpayers can use their books and records. The proposed regulations issued today implement these statutory changes and provide clarifying definitions.

The proposed regulations issued today also provide guidance for small businesses with long-term construction contracts and the requirements for exemption from the percentage-of-completion method and the uniform capitalization rules. For taxpayers with income from long-term contracts reported under the percentage-of-completion method, guidance is provided for applying the look-back method after repeal of the corporate alternative minimum tax and enactment of the base erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT).

For more information about this and other TCJA provisions, visit IRS.gov/taxreform.

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