Form 211

Form 211

A form one files with the IRS to report unpaid taxes by another party. For example, an employee may file Form 211 if she has information indicating that her company is skimping on its corporate taxes. If the IRS collects additional taxes (and penalties) based on the information provided in Form 211, the filer may be eligible to receive a reward of up to 30% of the collection. In order to file this form, the accused tax cheat must make at least $2 million per year (if a corporation) or $200,000 (if an individual).
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has filed Form 211 with FINRA pursuant to SEC Rule 15c2-11 in order to resume electronic quotations for USFF.
A completed Form 211 must be signed under penalties of perjury and should include the following information:
Also detailed on Form 211 and its instructions, this required information includes documentation supporting the underpayment and its amount or an indication where documentation can be found.
20-F, the Company intends to work with a market maker to file a Form 211 with
On June 16, 2008, on behalf of WTFC, Form 211 was submitted to FINRA with WTFC's intention to sponsor Easter Goldfields for quotation onto the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board.
This change did not correct all the limitations of the Form 211 procedure, but it did send a strong message that the IRS was serious about trying to enhance its whistleblower program.
name will be changed to "On the Move" and all the necessary steps to commence public trading, including, but not limited to, the filing of a Form 211 by a FINRA broker-dealer.
Under it, whistleblowers could seek a reward of up to 15% by submitting form 211, Application for Reward for Original Information.
Though I am not a fan of the criteria for selection or the fact that a portion of time and resources will be utilized on the Form 211 application process, we are thrilled to have met with a Market Maker that is confident, based on our discussions, that a reinstated quote seems more possible than not.
Broker-dealers that intend to act as market-makers in our shares should file the requisite Form 211 with FINRA at this time, if they have not already done so.
This includes an outline of the creation of a new "intake" process, issuance of Notice 2008-4, revision of Form 211, Application of Award for Original Information, and creation of a Whistleblower Executive Board.
The Company also announced that it has engaged a market maker that has filed a Form 211 application to quote the Company's common stock on the OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB).