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The Republican tax bill passed just days before the end of 2017. For Denver CPA Trisha O’Conner the timing was awful. Just a few short weeks later she had clients wondering how the changes would affect them.

source: Colorado Public Radio

In stark contrast to predictions and earlier reports, the controversial private debt collection program that Congress assigned to the Internal Revenue Service showed substantive revenue reclaimed for the government in fiscal 2018, new figures...

source: Government Executive

As accountants, it’s sometimes tough to get those really small, really fast-moving entrepreneurs to give us copies of their documents. But what happens when the document they signed doesn’t reflect the handshake understanding they had?

source: AccountingWEB

A New York tax credit designed to blunt the hit taxpayers took from the federal tax law’s new cap on state and local deductions was just picking up steam when the Internal Revenue Service dealt it a blow. The program, which allows...

source: Bloomberg BNA

Taxpayers have now had close to a year to evaluate the new provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. However, they have had much less time to look at proposed regulations interpreting those provisions and are still awaiting some proposed...

source: Accounting Today

Although corporate mergers and acquisition activity continues to set new records, according to the Harvard Business Review the failure rate exceeds 70 percent. Why? Because companies, including CPA firms, “ ... that focus...

source: CPA Practice Advisor


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