Practice Management feature for March Tax Section monthly newsletter on Managing Extensions. Compressed tax filing seasons are quickly becoming the “norm” rather than the “exception” as the most recent years indicate. As such, firms should consider establishing procedures that anticipate higher
Tax Power Hour Debrief article for March Tax Section newsletter. The March Tax Power Hour was all about motivation. Each year, we try to focus at least one of our tax season presentations on managing or avoiding burnout. This year, we flipped the script and looked at it from the other perspective:
Featured story in March Tax Section newsletter. Member feature on Kevin Walsh, CPA, CGMA.
In this issue ACA Reporting Delays & Resources on Tax Impact of DOMA Case and more…
IRS Audit Technique Guide on Family Partnership (updated Oct. 2014)
IRS Appeals Settlement Guidelines for Family Limited Partnerships and Family Limited Liability Corporations (Oct. 2006) This Oct. 2006 version is no longer available
Busy Season webpage providing quick links to tax season tools and resources for the 2014 filing season.
Don’t miss a Tax Power Hour presentation! Get links to archived videos and presentation handouts up to 1 year after the original broadcast.
Prospective purchasers should be aware of withholding tax obligations and tax reporting requirements under the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act.
The Indiana Department of Revenue has blurred the edges of two approaches to sourcing sales to create a potential trap for the unwary, opportunity for the savvy, and fertile ground for litigation.
This article explains the general exclusion under Sec. 119(a) and the other limited exclusions for meals and lodging received from an employer and addresses whether a partnership may treat a partner as an employee for purposes of the Sec. 119(a) exclusion.