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Howard Kaikow

Any info on why Pub 590 has not yet been updated for 2006?
 
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Phil Marti

Howard Kaikow said:
Any info on why Pub 590 has not yet been updated for 2006?
Sunspots. I notice the 2005 version didn't come out until
March 2006. However, everything you need for 2006 is in the
2005 version. Check the What's New section at the beginning
for the 2006 changes.
 
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Don Priebe

Any info on why Pub 590 has not yet been updated for 2006?

My guess - cause it has to cover Qualified Charitable
Deductions which came into being in August retroactive to
the beginning of the year.
 
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Bill

(e-mail address removed) (Howard=A0Kaikow) asks:
Any info on why Pub 590 has not yet been
updated for 2006?
Dunno. I also have been interested in this pub. Most
probably, it's related to the late Congressional passage of
tax legislation, which also delayed so many other tax
documents.

I have the irs.gov site link for pubs bookmarked, and keep
checking every few days. Just went there, and they're still
showing the 2005 edition.

Bill
 
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Harlan Lunsford

Howard said:
Any info on why Pub 590 has not yet been updated for 2006?
Well, probably because there's nothing new, you reckon?

Unless they decided to omit the paragraph about photos of
missing children. (grin)

ChEAr$,
Harlan Lunsford, EA n LA
 
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Howard Kaikow

2006 pub 590 is available at the IRS web site.
 
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Ernie Klein

Howard Kaikow said:
2006 pub 590 is available at the IRS web site.
Thanks. Does anyone know, or have they also published a
list of changes so we don't have to compare the 2006 line
for line with the 2005 to see what they changed?
 
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Bill

(e-mail address removed) (Ernie=A0Klein) posted:
Thanks. Does anyone know, or have they also
published a list of changes so we don't have to
compare the 2006 line for line with the 2005 to
see what they changed?
As in most IRS publications, one of the introductory items
is, "What's new for 2007?" -- which should give you a quick
insight into most significant changes.

I tried to access it and copy it for you at:

http://www.irs.gov/publications/index.html

... but unfortunately, the 2006 edition is currently only
available in pdf ... so you'll have to download a big file
to read those few paragraphs -- until they offer it in html,
for on-line sampling.

Bill
 
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Ernie Klein

(e-mail address removed) (Ernie=A0Klein) posted:
As in most IRS publications, one of the introductory items
is, "What's new for 2007?" -- which should give you a quick
insight into most significant changes.
I knew that! -- Shame on me <frown>
 
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