RAR

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RAR

abbreviation for
(Military) Royal Australian Regiment
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In a regulatory filing, Caterpillar said that, on January 31, 2018, it received a Revenue Agent's Report from the IRS indicating the end of the field examination of its U.
Examiners have moved on to other cases (or have retired) and no longer have a good working knowledge of the facts or law that supported the revenue agent's report.
As for notifying the FTB, one CPA proffers this cost-effective method: Simply send the FTB a copy of the Revenue Agent's Report, with a cover memo saying, in essence, "Here is a copy of what the IRS did; please assess the tax and send a bill.
To perform a global interest netting computation for a large corporate taxpayer, a technician would need the return and supporting schedules, current transcripts, the Revenue Agent's Report and related workpapers, previous interest computation worksheets and Forms 2285 ("Restricted interest on concurrent determinations of deficiencies and overpayments"), any pertinent court decisions, settlement memoranda, Appeals audit statements, and similar documents.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) concluded its examination of Altria's consolidated tax returns for the years 1996 through 1999 and issued a final Revenue Agent's Report (RAR) on March 15, 2006.
Under the new procedures, the issuance of Form 5701 takes on additional importance, because a revenue agent's report (RAR) will not be issued.
It is encouraged that for complex tax computations, recurring in nature, a reasonable estimate may be used for the revenue agent's report with the understanding that a precise computation will be made and incorporate into all subsequently filed tax returns.
This week, the Internal Revenue Service concluded its examination of Altria's consolidated tax returns for the years 1996-1999 and issued a final Revenue Agent's Report.
NASDAQ: JBHT) announced today that on December 15, 2003, the Company received from the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") a revenue agent's report summarizing adjustments proposed by the IRS arising from its audit of our 1999 and 1998 income tax returns.
Thus, the memorandum recommends that when determining whether to propose capitalization of short-term expenditures, examiners should pursue the issue for ongoing examinations in which a notice of proposed adjustments or a Revenue Agent's Report was issued, but not pursue examinations for which neither of those forms was prepared.