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IRS issues guidance on small business accounting method changes under Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
The Internal Revenue Service issued guidance today on new tax law changes that allow small business taxpayers with average annual gross receipts of $25 million or less in the prior three-year period to use the cash method of accounting. The...
Senate Approves IRS Funding Bill
The Senate passed a package of four appropriations bills, including roughly $11.3 billion in fiscal year 2019 funding for the IRS.  Read more...   (Source: ASAE)
Senate Bills Would Repeal Fringe Benefits Provision
Lawmakers are increasingly aware of the need to fix a provision in the new tax law that requires tax-exempt organizations to pay taxes on employee parking and transportation benefits.  Read more...    (Source: ASAE)
Beyond robotics: How AI can help improve the audit process
The CPA profession has been hearing a lot about Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a software technology that can help auditors sift through structured data.
30 million people are not withholding enough for taxes - How to tell if you’re one of them
The GAO says 21 percent of taxpayers – or about 30 million people – aren’t withholding enough taxes from their pay this year.
CPAs’ top 5 questions about blockchain, cryptocurrencies
Tax ramifications, smart contracts, and job security are among the issues top of mind for accountants.
CT lawmakers seek federal help for homeowners with crumbling foundations
As Congress rushes to finish work before its August recess, Connecticut lawmakers are trying to get some federal help for homeowners who have been victimized by tainted concrete that has caused the foundations of their homes to crumble.
Panel seeks new ways to slow skyrocketing state pension costs
A new panel is exploring how Connecticut can use state assets — both physical properties and revenue streams — to mitigate pension costs expected to surge dramatically over the next 15 years.
Bond Commission approves $10M for tolling study
The State Bond Commission late Wednesday morning approved a $10 million allocation to finance a study of electronic tolling in Connecticut.
Panel seeks new ways to slow skyrocketing state pension costs
A new panel is exploring how Connecticut can use state assets — both physical properties and revenue streams — to mitigate pension costs expected to surge dramatically over the next 15 years.

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