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Deadline Looms for Quality Stores FICA Refund Claims for Severance Payments
McDermott Will & Emery Link to more items from this source
Feb. 13, 2014
"[E]mployers may have a separate deadline for situations in which the IRS has issued a notice of claim disallowance for FICA refund claims. In such cases, an employer must either: (i) bring suit to contest the disallowance within two years after the issuance of the notice or (ii) obtain an extension of the time to file such a suit with the IRS. This process can be initiated by filing IRS Form 907, Agreement to Extend the Time to Bring Suit. However, because the IRS is not required to grant an extension requested pursuant to an employer filing Form 907, employers may also wish to file suit."

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