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Register today for opening weekend in Hershey, Pa.
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Time is flying, but you still have a chance to register for the Northeastern Regional Education Conference. Celebrate the coming of warmer weather by bringing your whole family to enjoy all Hershey, Pa., has to offer. All guests will receive discount park admissions to opening weekend at Hersheypark. In addition to our fantastic education sessions, enjoy shopping at the infamous Tanger Outlets, work on your golf swing on one of four gorgeous courses and visit ZooAmerica, a year-round 11-acre zoo featuring more than 200 animals. It wouldn't be a trip to "the sweetest place on earth" without a visit to the The Hershey Story, The Museum on Chocolate Avenue to learn how that delicious chocolate is made. Register for the conference now by clicking here, and check out all Hershey, Pa., has to offer by clicking here.
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Why you should place your biography in the 2013-2014 Networking & Referral Directory and website
AAA-CPA
Professional biographies (especially when photos are included) can make a company seem more personal. They can set the tone for what it is like to conduct business with your company or firm. Biographies can also help sell the fact that you are knowledgeable and experienced. Someone looking for an attorney and/or Certified Public Accountant will probably want to know their background and successes.

There is still time to place your biography in the 2013-2014 Networking & Referral Directory and on our website. Click here to download the form, or email info@attorney-cpa.com for more information. Don't miss out on this great referral opportunity.

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AAA-CPA is coming! AAA-CPA is coming! AAA-CPA Annual Meeting & Education Conference in Boston and the Canadian Maritimes in July
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Join us this summer for the 2013 AAA-CPA Annual Meeting & Education Conference, July 3-9.

One if by land — Education program in Boston on July 3

Two if by sea — Cruise to Canada on July 4-9

Reserve your cabins quickly before they fill up. Contact Aimee at Cadence Travel at 1-877-551-4646 or aimee@cadencetravel.com to book now. We have special rates reserved for you, and Aimee will help you get the best deal our group can offer. The deadline is May 1 for our discounted cabins, so act today.

Click here for the full details about the conference and to register today.

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US court denies IRS petition to revive tax preparer rules
Reuters
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service lost a request to prevent the partial shutdown of its tax return preparer regulatory program pending an appeal. In a one-page ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said the IRS had "not satisfied the stringent requirements" to overturn a lower court judge's injunction against the IRS's new return preparer regulations.
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Supreme Court to review tax shelter penalties
Bloomberg via Accounting Today
The U.S. Supreme Court will use a case involving billionaire Billy Joe "Red" McCombs to decide whether the federal government can impose hundreds of millions of dollars in penalties for the use of abusive tax shelters. The justices said that they will hear an Obama administration appeal of a ruling favoring McCombs, the co-founder of Clear Channel Communications Inc. and former owner of the Minnesota Vikings and San Antonio Spurs.
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Wyoming named most tax-friendly state; New York worst
24/7 Wall Street via USA Today
According to census data, state and local tax revenue rose in the U.S. for the 13th quarter in a row. With April 15 approaching, America's business owners will complete their personal taxes along with the rest of the country. According to the Tax Foundation, a think tank that advocates for lower taxes and a simpler tax code, some states remain much more tax friendly to businesses than others.
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IRS says taxpayers making fewer mistakes
CNNMoney
VideoBriefThe Internal Revenue Service is seeing far fewer error-riddled tax returns, as a growing number of taxpayers file electronically.

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Federal tax update
by David S. De Jong, Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscolln PC
In Smoker v. Commissioner, the tax court determined that unpaid interest that was added to principal is not deductible by a cash basis taxpayer.

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American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law invites all AAA-CPA members to attend Spring Symposia
American Bar Association
The Spring Symposia is taking place May 2-3 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. Any AAA-CPA member who will be attending the Spring Symposia for the first time qualifies for a $400 first-time attendee rate, a $250 discount from the regular rate.

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House Republicans try to simplify small business taxes
The New York Times
Republicans in Congress have unveiled proposals to radically remake the way many small businesses are taxed. As with many radical Republican proposals, this one from Committee on Ways and Means Chairman David Camp furthers a partisan agenda — if implemented, it would almost certainly reduce revenue to the federal government. But it also wins praise from independent tax experts for repairing what they call a body of law almost too complicated to comply with or to enforce.
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Senate passes new budget: Includes $1 trillion in new taxes
Forbes
After four years without it, the Senate finally passed a budget with all but four democrats voting in favor. The final vote was 50-49. The proposed budget also includes $975 billion in new taxes. The $3.7 trillion budget exceeds current fiscal year revenue by about $1.2 trillion and is over $200 billion more than current spending.
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10 US companies paying the least — or no — taxes
24/7 Wall Street via MarketWatch
As Washington, D.C., tries to find its way out of increasing debt, the debate continues over whether American companies should pay more or less in taxes. Meanwhile, some of the largest U.S. public corporations paid no taxes at all for 2012. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed corporate tax payments for the top 150 companies by revenue. These are the companies paying the least — or no — taxes.
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CALENDAR
April 11
Ethics & the Unauthorized Practice of Law

April 19
Tax and Estate Planning After American Taxpayer Relief Act

April 26
Georgia Chapter Meeting

May 3
Northeastern Regional Education Conference

May 9
Electronic Discovery

May 15
Georgia Chapter Meeting

May 17
South Texas Chapter Meeting

June 6
8th Annual South Jersey Working Together Conference

June 13
Merger and Acquisition Litigation

June 20
Georgia Chapter Meeting

July 3
AAA-CPA Annual Meeting and Education Conference

July 11
PA/DE Chapter Meeting

Aug. 8
PA/DE Chapter Meeting

Sept. 12
PA/DE Chapter Meeting

Sept. 19
Georgia Chapter Meeting

Oct. 15
Georgia Chapter Meeting

Nov. 6
AAA-CPA Fall Meeting and Education Conference


 



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