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Changes to 2007 Form

Updates to 2007 Publication 1095D – Tax Practitioner Guidelines for Computer-Prepared Returns

The revised Internet version is available for download as of 02/15/2008:

Revision Details:California conformed to IRS notice 2007-79, we are updating the Pub 1095D to reflect.

  • This update is located on Page 1, Column 2, Paragraph 8 Page 3, Column 2, Paragraph 13 Page 4, Column 1, Paragraph 1

Previously read:

Adding a new paragraph.

Revised to:

FTB Conforms with IRS Notice 2007-79 FTB conforms with IRS Notice 2007-79 which permits alternative forms of signature on e-file authorization forms. For more information, see "FTB Conforms with IRS Notices 2004-54 and 2007-79" under Important Reminders, on page 3.

Previously read:

FTB Conforms with IRS Notice 2004-54 We will accept the same alternative forms of signature as described in IRS Notice 2004-54. Specifically, it will permit income tax return preparers to sign original returns, amended

Revised to:

FTB Conforms with IRS Notices 2004-54 and 2007-79 We will accept the same alternative forms of signature as described in IRS Notices 2004-54 and 2007-79. Specifically, it permits income tax return preparers to sign original returns,

Previously read:

returns, or requests for filing extensions by rubber stamp, mechanical device, or computer software program.

Revised to:

as well as e-file authorizations such as forms FTB 8453, FTB 8454, and FTB 8879, by rubber stamp, mechanical device, or computer software program.

There is no tax impact with this change.

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