The Attorney-CPA newsletter now available
The Attorney-CPA printed newsletter (now available twice a year) is available for members to download and print or read electronically by CLICKING HERE. We hope you enjoy the newsletter that contains the following: Federal Tax Update; S Corporation Update; In Memory section and much more information from the national office. Just a reminder you can continue to submit articles for print each week through our Weekly Update. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Just a few more weeks to reserve your cruise spot for our annual meeting!
Be on the lookout for the 2011 Annual Meeting brochure which has dropped to all members! We hope you will plan to cruise with us for the 48th Annual Meeting & Education Conference in June. Education sessions will include: Federal Tax Update; Showdown: S Corporation vs. LLC; Tax Issues in Investment Decision; 2011-2012 (and Beyond) Estate Planning Odyssey; Treatment of Tax Liabilities and Liens in Bankruptcy and Ethics for Attorney-CPAs! Make sure to click here to see all details of the Annual Meeting and book today. Cabins are selling out quickly! Don't miss out on our group savings of over $300+ per/cabin from regular rates. Cabins MUST BE BOOKED by April 8! Members and Non-Members we encourage you to join us! Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. More
2011 Northeast Regional Education Conference: REGISTER NOW!
Mark your calendars NOW to celebrate the end of Tax Season with a weekend getaway! The AAA-CPA invites you to attend the 2011 Northeastern Regional Education Conference, April 29 - May 1, at Dolce Seaview Resort, Galloway, N.J. We encourage both members and non-members to attend. The Seaview Resort is the perfect place to enjoy a weekend retreat! The Seaview offers guests an idyllic resort vacation, world class golf and a luxurious Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa experience! Don't miss out on the many networking opportunities or education sessions. We also encourage you to bring your families and guests and enjoy all that the Seaview and the surrounding area has to offer. There is something for everyone! Click here to register.
It's your job to manage your career
The Young Lawyer Share
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Lawyers in Eversole trial argue over tax rules
The Houston Chronicle Share
Defense lawyers for Harris County Commissioner Jerry Eversole fought with federal prosecutors about the tax implications of loans and gifts and the details of more than a dozen trips Eversole took with real estate developer Michael Surface since 1999. More
California law firm to offer estate planning services via Skype
California-based law firm The Trust Store is bringing estate planning attorney services online through Skype's encrypted video conferencing technology. The Trust Store is the first full service California law firm to offer these services. More
UBS denies speculation about sale of US wealth unit
The Wall Street Journal Share
UBS AG (UBS) rejected media speculation that it plans to sell its Wealth Management Americas business. "This speculation is wrong," said a UBS spokesman. A potential divestment of the division, which was previously known as PaineWebber, has resurfaced in recent press reports, with suitors including Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC). More
SEC reviewing private securities trading rules
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is reviewing the rules surrounding private securities trading and initial public offerings, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro said. Speaking before a House of Representatives appropriations panel that oversees SEC funding, Schapiro indicated the agency is looking into two specific areas to determine if the rules are outdated and need some upgrades. More
Canceled debt often must be reported as income
Detroit Free Press via The Seattle Times Share
One can only imagine all the high-fives and fist-bumps that erupt once a can't-make-ends-meet borrower finally, finally talks a lender into forgiving $3,000 in credit-card debt. Now picture that person months later handing over a little piece of paper called a 1099-C to a tax preparer. More