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6 Ways to Market Your Tax Preparation Services
Frequently, CPAs look down on marketing as being unprofessional or feel that they simply don’t have the time or resources to do it. But the truth of the matter is that...
BEAT regs. are finalized, new regs. are proposed
The IRS on Monday issued detailed guidance on the Sec. 59A base-erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT), which was added to the Code by the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs...
6 steps to a better busy season
Busy season can be the most lucrative time of year for many firms, but it can also be a stressful period that threatens to leave your team burned out by April. To avoid...
Final regulations confirm: Making large gifts now won’t harm estates after 2025
The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today issued final regulations confirming that individuals taking advantage of the increased gift and estate tax...
What Revenue Ruling 2019-24 Means for Clients
It is important that accountants keep up with these efforts of the IRS with respect to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies because keeping up will enable accountants to...
What State is Next to Tax Remote Sales?
In the race to see which state will be next to do so, Florida seems to be edging ahead. Senate Bill 126 jumped over its first hurdle when the Senate Committee on Commerce...
IRS reminds tax professionals of tasks to get ready for 2020
The IRS today reminded tax professionals to review their e-Services account to ensure all contact information is accurate and to add or remove users. Reviewing e-Services...
IRS: Home Office Deduction Could Benefit Small Businesses
The IRS advises small businesses that a home office deduction can help save money on taxes. Taxpayers can take this deduction when they file their taxes if they use a...
All in the Family: Don't Get Tripped by Tax Rules
The IRS is advising business owners that certain tax treatments and employment tax rules apply to companies that include family members. When both spouses run the trade...
IRS Says ‘Dozens’ of New Crypto, Cybercriminals Are Identified
The IRS’s criminal division identified “dozens” of potential cryptocurrency tax evaders or cybercriminals after a meeting this week with tax authorities from four other...