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Top 10 Firm Crowe has put together an at-a-glance guide to the candidates' positions on individual taxes.
August 4
1 Min Read
Lists & Rankings
Practitioners share which part of the service’s pandemic-driven drop in service was most inconvenient to them.
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.
They come in every year with something on their minds, but this early season’s sampling shows a few definite trends of what tax preparation clients are talking about with their preparers — and the advice preparers give back.
Tax season is the time of year when every other tax professional is focusing on completing returns for their clients, leaving the marketing field open and ready for you to dominate.
State tax revenues in some parts of the U.S. are rebounding as the economy emerges from the coronavirus lockdown, a positive sign for governors and mayors who had been bracing for the biggest fiscal crisis in decades.
September 21
4 Min Read
Companies that took advantage of federal pandemic-relief efforts like payroll tax deferrals will face bigger bills next year.
September 21
5 Min Read
Rep. Pete Olson, a Republican from Texas, has introduced a bill that would offer tax incentives to employers who train workers about best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
September 17
1 Min Read
The U.S. Senate and Supreme Court are joining the House in not implementing President Donald Trump’s order allowing employers to defer payroll taxes owed by workers.
September 16
1 Min Read
The regs clarify that certain deductions aren’t to be considered miscellaneous itemized deductions.
September 21
1 Min Read
The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department issued the last set of final regulations to implement the 100 percent additional first-year depreciation deduction from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
September 21
2 Min Read
New legislation aims to offer even more help.
September 18
2 Min Read
IRS
The Internal Revenue Service is starting with the customer support area of its Exempt Organizations unit.
September 16
8 Min Read