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Help us celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Space Needle at our Annual Meeting and Education Conference, June 29-July 5 in Seattle
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It is not too late for you to join us for the Annual Meeting and Education Conference, June 29-July 5 in Seattle. Gain 20 hours of CPE and 17 hours of CLE/MCLE, including two hours of accounting and auditing and three hours of ethics. Take in a ballgame, enjoy dinner at the Brothertons' lake house and enjoy breathtaking views of fireworks and Puget Sound. The time is now, don't delay. Also, join the AAA-CPA for a closing dinner at the Space Needle, which will be celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Can't attend the entire conference but want to come to one, two or just a day of education and are local to the area? The AAA-CPA can offer you rates for whatever you are looking for. Just send us an email to meetings@attorney-cpa.com with your request.

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Your AAA-CPA membership now gives you more — Start building rewards with your exclusive access to AchieveLinksSM
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AchieveLinks is thrilled to tell you about an exciting new opportunity exclusive for AAA-CPA members. AchieveLinks is a member loyalty platform that connects associations, their members and sponsoring companies. The AAA-CPA believes AchieveLinks will better the association by bringing you more value and exciting rewards. For more information on the program, visit www.achievelinks.com or call 800-651-9267 to speak to an AchieveLinks representative. Sign up and become an active member of AchieveLinks between now and the Annual Meeting and Education Conference and you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win fabulous prizes. Click here for more information on the AchieveLinks program. Stay tuned for more information.

20 percent discount on 'The Fundamentals of Estate Planning' by Angela Vallario, University of Baltimore School of Law
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Written specifically for those in the state of Maryland (or studying Maryland estate planning), "The Fundamentals of Estate Planning" provides a unique opportunity to bring the practical aspect of estate planning into the classroom. The casebook provides text, relevant Maryland and federal statutes, forms and checklists used to interview and draft estate planning documents. Major topics include drafting of wills, testamentary trusts, inter vivos trusts, powers of attorney and advance medical directives for tax sensitive and nontax sensitive client scenarios. Additionally, the casebook provides an overview of the ancillary issues including elder law, Medicaid, guardianship, estate administration and will caveats. The book is accompanied by a CD which contains sample forms. AAA-CPA members receive 20 percent off this title when you use discount code VALLARIO. This code expires July 31. To place an order, please visit www.caplaw.com or call 800-489-7486.

Attorney-CPA practice for sale
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A practice that is mostly accounting, tax preparation and legal in the northern California area is for sale. The legal practice consists mostly of trusts, probate and business contracts. No litigation is done. The firm has staff in place to assist during tax season. The gross income last year was $436,000 and net income was $206,000. The building is owned and could be purchased or leased. If you have an interest in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Bill Wright at wfwattny@aol.com or 916-442-8614 or Executive Director Nicole Ratner at nratner@attorney-cpa.com for more details.



In memoriam
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Member Gene Nelson Windham passed away unexpectedly in May. Windham was a member of the AAA-CPA and practiced in California. Please click here to read his obituary.



Obama stands firm against extending tax cuts for rich
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President Barack Obama's Democrats traded shots with Republicans recently about how best to avoid a year-end fiscal cliff, as the administration insisted on the need to let tax cuts for wealthier Americans expire as scheduled on Jan. 1. The prospect of higher taxes and automatic spending cuts that kick in next year have spurred calls for Obama to temporarily extend all of the Bush-era tax breaks to coax Republicans into a sweeping debt deal, but the White House stood firm. More

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House tax writers urge the extension of tax credit to help distressed areas
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A bipartisan pair of House lawmakers is urging their colleagues to extend a tax credit they argue has boosted job growth in economically distressed areas. Tax writers Reps. Jim Gerlach, R-Pa., and Richard Neal, D-Mass., the ranking member at the Ways and Means Committee on taxes, are ramping up their call for an extension of the New Markets Tax Credit through 2016 following a tepid May jobs report. More

IRS starts spreading the news on FATCA
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The Internal Revenue Service may have to change its name to the International Revenue Service when it starts collecting tax revenue from foreign banks once the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. The controversial law, which was included as part of the HIRE Act of 2010, requires foreign financial institutions to report on the holdings of U.S. citizens and entities to the IRS or face stiff penalties. Provisions of the law begin to take effect next year, but the regulations proposed in February have yet to be finalized. More



SEC sees 30 to 32 confidential filings since JOBS Act
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has seen 30 to 32 companies file confidentially since the JOBS Act was passed in late March, SEC attorney Jennifer Zepralka said. The confidential filing rules allow companies with less than $1 billion in annual revenue to submit registration paperwork for initial public offerings in private. The paperwork isn't seen by outsiders until 21 days before the company's roadshow, used to market initial public offering shares to investors. More

Baucus calls for more revenue from tax code rewrite
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The U.S. should raise more money to help reduce the federal budget deficit through an overhaul of the tax code, said Sen. Max Baucus, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. Jobs, innovation, competitiveness and opportunity should be four principles that govern the tax code, he said in a speech at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C. "Our tax code is growing out of control," said Baucus, 70, a Montana Democrat. "It's time we had a tax code for the 21st century." More



Tax scam: IRS warns of tax scam targeting military members
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Tax scammers now are targeting the military. The IRS warns that scammers are emailing current and former military members in an attempt to steal their identities. The scammers pose as Defense Department representatives and use a .mil email address, according to the IRS. They claim that disability compensation recipients are eligible for extra money and ask their targets to send them government documents with personal and financial information to an address in Florida. More


June 14
7th Annual South Jersey Working Together Conference
Members Only Study Group: Recent Court Decisions on Disguised Sales

June 15
4th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

June 20
The Art of Tax and Valuation in the World of Art, Collections and Other Tangible Assets

June 21
The JOBS Act — Its Implications for the Capital Markets and Private Capital

June 22
Annual Income Tax Seminar — Golden Gate University, San Francisco
Annual Income Tax Seminar — University of San Diego, San Diego
Annual Income Tax Seminar — Whittier Law School, Costa Mesa, Calif.

June 26
Boca Tax Learn at Lunch

June 30
Annual Meeting and Education Conference

Sept. 20
Members Only Study Group: Financial Elder Abuse: Stockbrokers and Securities/Annuities Salesmen


 


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