The tax prep chain will be participating in two National Hiring Weeks, starting Oct. 26 and Nov. 16.
Top 10 Firm Crowe has put together an at-a-glance guide to the candidates' positions on individual taxes.
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Coffee pots are more dangerous than office bathrooms, and gloves aren't recommended.
Practitioners share their challenges and solutions in working remotely during the pandemic.
Practitioners share their concerns and hopes in the run-up to the final filing deadline.
Clients’ spouses may be hiding assets in any number of tax-related ways.
Practitioners share which part of the service’s pandemic-driven drop in service was most inconvenient to them.
Top 10 Firm Crowe has put together an at-a-glance guide to the candidates' positions on corporate taxes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has infected the service’s annual list of top tax scams.
From more OICs and higher state taxes, to managing NOLs and the long-term ramifications of the PPP, experts advice predictions for practitioners.
Even as they still have to deal with tax season, the service is tasked with handling much of the stimulus packages.
Whether you are a 20-year accounting veteran or just entering the field, it behooves you to keep a list (and check it twice) of the most common tax preparation blunders.
The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers more time until Nov. 21 to register their dependents for the $500 per child Economic Impact Payments provided under the CARES Act.
The Internal Revenue Service said Friday it would restart issuing its 500 series of balance-due notices to taxpayers later this month after they were paused on May 9 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The leaders of Congress’s main tax-writing committee are wondering if the Internal Revenue Service will be ready to handle next tax season as it’s still processing millions of pieces of correspondence that went unopened for months during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Internal Revenue Service is reversing course on the automatic revocation notices that it sent to more than 30,000 tax-exempt organizations.
The Internal Revenue Service is offering less generous settlement terms to participants in micro-captive insurance schemes as part of its clampdown on the transactions.
The Internal Revenue Service is now allowing tax advisors and taxpayers to fax the Form 8918, Material Advisor Disclosure Statement, as part of its response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.