IRS priority guidance plan for 2013-2014 

August 12: The IRS released the 2013–2014 Priority Guidance Plan containing 324 guidance projects that the IRS has identified as priorities for allocating its resources for the 12-month period July 2013 through June 2014.

The IRS priority guidance plan [PDF 96 KB] lists projects that the IRS intends to work on actively during the plan year. No deadlines are provided for completion of the projects.

Among the projects listed in the 2013–2014 plan are guidance projects for a variety of issues for individuals and businesses, including international taxation, health care, and implementation of legislative changes.

Some projects that were on the 2012-2013 priority guidance plan have not been included in the 2013-2014 plan because they are no longer considered priorities for purposes of allocating resources during the 2013-2014 plan year. Some of these projects could be included in future plans.

An appendix to the 2013-2014 priority guidance plan also lists what is described as “more routine guidance” that is generally published each year.

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