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Hello everybody this is Casey from 2290 tax, and today I'm doing part two of our two-part tutorial you can tell I like saying that about signature authorization this one's gonna focus on form 88-79 TX the reason we're doing this tutorial is that we get so many questions from our paid preparers about who can sign the tax return who needs to sign a tax return and the bottom line is really that the taxpayer has to sign their own tax return there's only three conditions in which the IRS allows someone else to sign on the taxpayers behalf, and they're pretty dire one is disease or injury the second is if they're continuously absent from the United States and the third is if specific permission is granted by the IRS otherwise if you're not fitting in to one of those three conditions the taxpayer always needs to review and sign their return, so this video is gonna focus on Form 88-79 it's gonna sound really similar to part one which was 84 53, so we'll just jump right into 88-79 you use this form when you're a paid preparer with a PAIN which is the preparer tax identification number and an EF'n which is the electronic filers identification number I have two YouTube videos one each about the pizza and the Ethan so if you have questions about those be sure to check those out on our YouTube page otherwise we'll just keep going this is what form 88-79 e.x looks like again it has three parts I'll go over each of them in detail but just to give you the overview part one is the taxpayer information part two is where the taxpayer will sign and part three is where you the paid preparer will sign all right so here is a close-up of part one very similar to the 84 53 you're going to enter the correct tax period whatever that may be you're going to enter in the client name or the business name and the clients in number and I get a lot of these that are coming through without the tax amount that's a really important part of this form you want to make sure that you put the tax amount on and then the last thing you need to do is check the box for the appropriate form for us most times it's for 20 to 90 because that's what we're here to do is 20 to 90, but you want to make sure you get the right one okay part to this part is different what we do and just a reminder this is the tax payer declaration it's the taxpayer that's stating under penalty of perjury that they've examined their return and that to the best of their knowledge and belief it's true and correct and accurate, so that's on them that's why they need to sign it and what we have our taxpayers do is check this.

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What is the purpose of Form 8879-S?
We are filing Form 8879-S with the IRS to report the gross revenues received from the sale of your domain name registration. What does Form 8879-S mean? Form 8879-S is an application to report your income and the gross revenues received from the sale of your domain name registration. Income received through the sale of domain names is taxable for both the owner and the non-owner. In the example set forth below, you are the owner of domain name. The registrant of the domain name is the GoDaddy LLC. The domain name was registered on March 15, 2014, for the sum of 1,000. Let's see how the income from the sale of your domain name registration will be distributed: Sales from 1,000 to 49,999 If the domain name sale gross revenues for the registrant do not exceed 1,000, then you have to file Form 8879-S for each of those registrations and include the total in your Schedule C (Form 1040). However, if the registrant's gross revenues exceed 1,000, the registrant need not file Form 8879-S. If, however, the registrant's gross revenues exceed 49,999, the registrant does have to file Form 8879-S. Since you have sold your domain name registration, the registrant will have to include the gross revenues in the registrant's gross income on Schedule C. Sales from 50,000 to 99,999 If your registrant's gross revenues for the registrant do not exceed 50,000, the registrant will not have to file Form 8879-S, and you do not have to report that gross revenue. However, if the registrant's gross revenues are 50,000 or more, the registrant must file a Form 8879-S for that registrant's registrations if the registrant's transactions in the following taxable periods were 9,999 or more. For example, if you sell your domain name registration for 1,000 (as you did here), then the registrant must file two separate Forms 8879-S for your registration and each of its subsequent registrations.
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