IRS says wait for CA MCTR guidance, Kylie issues second push

FILE – A sign outside the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington on May 4, 2021. The official start date for the 2023 tax filing season is January 23, when the IRS will begin accepting and processing his 2022 returns, officials announced Thursday. January 12, 2023. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)


U.S. Representative Kevin Kiley called on the Internal Revenue Service to issue guidance on whether Californians should claim middle-class tax refunds issued in 2022 as income on their tax returns. I am requesting again.

Continue National media coverage of IRS guidance telling taxpayers to wait To file until additional guidance is available, Rocklin Republicans follow up letter To IRS Commissioner Doug O’Donnell.

Bee reported on Friday The IRS statement tells taxpayers to wait for guidance before filing.

“Many taxpayers plan for and rely on anticipated federal tax refunds to meet basic needs,” Kylie wrote in a letter issued Feb. 7.

The IRS did not immediately respond to Bee’s request for comment on Tuesday.

“The best course of action for taxpayers and tax filers with questions is to wait for additional clarifications regarding state payments rather than calling the IRS,” an IRS representative said last week. We also do not recommend amending 2022 returns filed with the

Kylie issued her first letter to the IRS last Thursday, asking for guidance on whether MCTR is federally taxable. Bee’s report on confusion among California taxpayers.

Spokespeople have previously said that The Bee’s guidance will be issued in the next “few business days.”

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This story was originally published February 7, 2023 at 4:11 PM.

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Jacqueline Pinedo is a reporter on The Bee’s service journalism team. She previously interned at her Times in Los Angeles and completed her master’s degree at the University of Southern California. IRS says wait for CA MCTR guidance, Kylie issues second push

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