(iii) Developing or purchasing from their suppliers secure storage and retrieval systems which integrate direct reception of unencrypted HD video, audio, subtitle and audio description signals with EPG data licensed by the relevant broadcasters.
3.4.3 In respect of the approach outlined in section 3.4.1 (iii), the BBC has suggested that it would be prepared to consider licensing arrangements which would allow libraries, archives and larger educational establishments to make use of EPG data under condition that:
(i) the products and systems using this EPG data together with video, audio, subtitle and audio description recordings would only be made available to educational establishments, libraries, archives and other equivalent organisations;
(4) IRM 184.108.40.206.1.3 Added note that qualifying child does not have to be claimed as dependent to be a qualifying person for the Child and Dependent Care Credit. Updated amounts disabled person can earn for 2022.
(14) IRM 220.127.116.11.1.24.2 (IPU 21U1071 issued 08-30-2021) Added information on unenrollment and updating the mailing address for payments, removed incarcerated indicator from postponement conditions, updated MISC literal for unenrollment, updated DPC to 63, added to note in paragraph (10) recomputation of remaining payments after postponement.
(16) IRM 18.104.22.168.1.24.2 (IPU 21U1197 issued 10-25-2021) Added end date for using Non-Filer Sign-up Tool to paragraph (1), TC 971 AC 199 with \"EF\" for bank account information in paragraph (8), added UVW REVIEW to the entity bypass conditions, and Letter 6419 to paragraph (12).
(17) IRM 22.214.171.124.1.24.2 (IPU 21U1241 issued 11-09-2021) Added note to inform assistors to route \"misrouted\" calls from the vendor line to the appropriate line, also clarified the basis of the estimated advanced CTC payments. Also added reference to Exhibit 21.6.3-3.
(21) IRM 126.96.36.199.1.24.2 (IPU 22U0618 issued 05-13-2022) Multiple changes to indicate advance payments are in the past, removed reference to Child Tax Portal and added note to reconcile advance CTC payments return after return posts.
(28) IRM 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206 (IPU 22U0618 issued 05-13-2022) Added note for ME 621 about expired ITINs, removed CAUTION after paragraph 6 regarding calls related to math errors for advance Child Tax Credit, and added TC 970 AC 003 literals.
(41) IRM 220.127.116.11.2.4 Updated amount of maximum social security tax withheld for tax year 2022 and added information to update CIS data when reassigning excess social security withholding case to BMF.
Goals, measures and operating guidelines are listed in the yearly Program Letter. Quality data and guidelines for measurement is referenced in IRM 21.10.1, Embedded Quality (EQ) Program for Accounts Management, Campus Compliance, Field Assistance, Tax Exempt/Government Entities, Return Integrity and Compliance Services (RICS), and Electronic Products and Services Support.
Several sections of this IRM advise to review Command Code (CC) IRPTR. Fraudulent IRPTR data may be submitted to the IRS by a fabricated entity or by individuals who use a valid EIN to file false Form 1099 or Form W-2 data. If either of the following warnings appear, DO NOT use this data.
For tax year 2021 only, the Child and Dependent Care Credit is refundable if either the taxpayer, or spouse if married filing jointly, lived in the US for more than half the year. See IRM 18.104.22.168.1.3.2, Refundable Child and Dependent Care Credit, for more information. The taxpayer verifies residency by checking a checkbox on Form 2441, Child and Dependent Care Expenses, line B. If the box is not checked, the credit is nonrefundable.
If sending a Form 1040-X to International, change the category code to IXRT and the CIS data as follows: function 710, program 33080, and update the \"Work Type\" to \"IMF INTL\" . For correspondence, use category code ITRQ, program 33040. International claims are processed using IRM 22.214.171.124, Foreign Tax Credit (Form 1116).
For tax year 2021 only, the Child and Dependent Care Credit is refundable, but procedures are addressed in the nonrefundable credit section. See IRM 126.96.36.199.1.3.3, Refundable Child and Dependent Care Credit.
Use CC DDBCK when processing all returns received in the current processing year and two prior years amended returns/Forms 1040X resulting in an increase to EITC due to adding, changing, or deleting a qualifying child. When adding or increasing EITC, DDBCK determines if the claim meets CAT-A criteria, and in most cases, updates the Duplicate TIN database. CC DDBCK must be used in conjunction with the appropriate IRM procedure to determine subsequent actions.
Certain individuals who get less than the full amount of the nonrefundable Child Tax Credit (CTC) are entitled to the refundable Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC). ACTC may result in a refund even if no tax is owed. See IRM 188.8.131.52.1.24, Child Tax Credit, and subsequent subsections, for rules and regulations pertaining to the Child Tax Credit prior to addressing Additional Child Tax Credit.
Depending on modified AGI, the enhanced credit can be up to $3,600 for qualifying children under age 6 and $3,000 for qualifying children over age 5 and under age 18. See IRM 184.108.40.206.1.24, Child Tax Credit (CTC), for income thresholds.
Prior to adjusting ACTC, read IRM 220.127.116.11.1.24.4, Adjusting Child Tax Credit and/or Credit for Other Dependents, for information and requirements about retroactive claims and when taxpayers are required to recertify for the credit.
For tax year 2020 and 2021, Form 1099-H is not available on CC IRPTR or through the Transcript Delivery System (TDS). You can obtain Form 1099-H data by sending a referral to the Austin enrollment team. Fax referrals to Austin at 855-250-1731.
Records can be obtained by searching by SSN, name or participant identification number. Prior to disclosing any data, you must know with whom you are speaking. Since the data being discussed is found in the HCTC database, not IDRS, verify the information shown on the \"Summary\" page of the HCTC database. Use of the IAT Disclosure Tool is not needed since you are not accessing IDRS. Follow disclosure guidelines shown in IRM 18.104.22.168, General Disclosure Guidelines, for the protection of the HCTC data. Only the individuals shown on the \"Summary\" tab or \"Family\" tab are authorized to receive information. Third-party designees are required to provide a five-digit designee PIN created by the participant during the registration process. Third-party designee data can be found in the \"Accessibility\" section.
Requests to update incorrect information found in the database, non-receipt of letters, or a change of address, should be referred to the Austin enrollment team via Form 4442. Send referrals to Austin SP, Stop 6098, Austin, TX, 78741, or fax to 855-250-1731.
The database contains a comments section. Comments can be added with read-only access. Comments left by the enrollment team may aid in responding to taxpayer inquiries. If the comments section does not resolve the inquiry, a Form 4442 referral may be needed.
Overpayments and underpayments are returned to the taxpayer. Underpayments disqualify the taxpayer from receiving the benefit of advance payments for that month. If the taxpayer underpays, the bank issues a Payment Ineligible Letter. Information about underpayments may be found in AMS or in the database.
Requests to update incorrect information found in the database, such as when data was transcribed incorrectly, or a change of address, should be referred to the Austin enrollment team via Form 4442. Fax referrals to Austin SP, at 855-250-1731.
Since the law was retroactive, some taxpayers may have enrolled in a Marketplace and be eligible for the Premium Tax Credit. For tax year 2014 and 2015 claims, if a Form 8962 is not attached, use the Search CDR Data tool found in AMS to check for Form 1095-A data, see IRM 22.214.171.124.2.12.4, Tools for Accessing ACA-Related Taxpayer Data, for more information.
The American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) is a tax credit of up to $2,500 of the cost of tuition and related expenses paid during the tax year. This credit is one of two credits reported on Form 8863, Education Credits (American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Credits), and is the only refundable education credit. Taxpayers receive a tax credit based on 100 percent of the first $2,000 of tuition and related expenses (including books) paid during the tax year and 25 percent of the next $2,000 of tuition and related expenses paid during the tax year. 40 percent of the credit would be refundable. For more information on Education Credits and the nonrefundable portion of the American Opportunity Tax Credit, refer to IRM 126.96.36.199.1.5, Form 8863 Education Credits.
Eligible taxpayers can choose to have advance payments of the premium tax credit made on their behalf to help cover the cost of insurance premiums. The Health Insurance Marketplace (not IRS) determines eligibility and the amount of advance payment by using information from a variety of sources (e.g., tax data provided by the IRS, information provided by the applicant, data from other government agencies, etc.). The Bureau of the Fiscal Service issues the advance payment directly to the insurance provider monthly.
Taxpayers who enrolled themselves or a dependent in health insurance through a Health Insurance Marketplace receive a Form 1095-A, Health Insurance Marketplace Statement. The data on Form 1095-A assists taxpayers in completing Form 8962. This information is reported to the IRS.
Upon receipt of an originally filed Form 1040, Form 1040-SR or Form 1040-NR, with a Form 8962, Premium Tax Credit, attached, Submission Processing uses AVS to calculate the form and identify mismatches between the taxpayer and third-party data for enrollment premium(s), SLCSP(s) premiums and APTC amounts. In addition, Submission Processing also checks CDR on all returns to verify if APTC was paid and the taxpayer reconciled the advance payment.