Data compromises are a daily event in the U.S., and data compromises targeting tax professionals are on the rise. Identity thieves, many of whom are involved with sophisticated and organized syndicates, are redoubling their efforts to gather personal data to commit Stolen Identity Refund Fraud
January Tax Section News including Capital Tax Update and Thriving in Tax Season.
Tax Section News for February including important tax updates and “Executive Orders – A Primer”
Practitioners are likely to have clients who owe taxes to the IRS and who are unable to immediately pay the
A brief description about the social media platforms the AICPA is using to make it easier and more convenient for you to stay connected with us, with each other, and with your clients. Consider participating in one or more of these social media activities today.
A summary of clarified SASs that have been issued by the ASB.
With executive orders being in the spotlight recently, this article explains the authority of an executive order and highlights the impact of the ACA EO and a CPA’s professional responsibilities to it.
Annette Nellen, Chair of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee, gives highlights on recent developments on the AICPA Tax Division as well as developments in its advocacy efforts.
The executive order that freezes federal regulations only withdraws regulations that were not yet published. Sec. 2704 proposed regulations are not withdrawn, but impacted CPAs may want to use a suggested disclosure statement.
Finding time to take care of your physical and emotional health this tax season can be hard to do. Luckily for you, this Top 5 list shows you there are many opportunities around every corner.