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Members and affiliates will be receiving their renewal statements in the mail by July 31. Please contact Kimmy Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-ATTY-CPA, ext. 2, if you do not receive your statement. Membership dues and fees are due by Oct. 1. Payments may be made by logging in to the AAA-CPA website, via fax at 703-352-8073 or by mail to our office, AAA-CPA Processing Center, PO Box 706, Warrendale, PA 15095.
About 15 million US residents have their identities used fraudulently each year resulting in $50 billion in losses. Identity theft may originate from "dumpster diving," hacking computer systems, using public records or misrepresentations on the telephone to obtain personal information. Come learn how to avoid being a victim of identity theft from James D. McCartney, co-author of the book "If You Are Me, Then Who Am I?" at the Northeast Regional Education Conference Aug. 28-30 in Baltimore. This program will provide up to eight hours of CPE and CLE/MCLE on a 50-minute hour track and six and a half hours of CLE/MCLE on a 60-minute hour track. Click here for details and to register today!
Join AAA-CPA member Judy Vorndran Aug. 11 at 2 p.m. EST as she discusses state tax-related issues for nonprofits including how certain activities could jeopardize its tax-exempt status, create sales tax obligations and unrelated business income tax. Members and nonmembers of the AAA-CPA are encouraged to attend. Click here for more information and to register for this study group.
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U.S. News & World Report
The Senate Finance Committee's tax reform working groups released their long-awaited and much-anticipated recommendations for fixing our broken tax code. This is a welcome development, because make no mistake: The time for action is very much upon us, and troubling evidence of this fact is all around.
Over the past decade, you've seen a lot of companies add the phrase "wealth management" to their names. Is it marketing, posturing or simply a newer term like "new and improved" in the advertising space?
The Washington Times
Two active Republican presidential candidates have released thoughtful and detailed tax reform plans, and a third has renewed his call for the tax overhaul he promoted in 2008.
Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, along with Mike Lee, R-Utah, released a plan that reduces our complicated tax system to two individual rates (35 percent and 15 percent) and zeroes out several forms of double taxation.
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With all the talk of tax reform, should we tax churches? It is a sensitive topic for Americans, inviting questions about the separation of church and state. Perhaps we can learn from Zimbabwe, where the question is at least being asked.
U.S. companies would be eligible for a discounted 10 percent tax rate on a portion of profits from patents, formulas and other intellectual property in a plan that marks a major step toward a revamp of international tax rules.
The proposed "innovation box" released by Reps. Charles Boustany, R-Louisiana, and Richard Neal, D-Massachusetts, would provide a significant incentive for companies to generate profits in the U.S. and receive a discount off the 35 percent corporate tax rate.
Millions of words have been written about tax reform in the United States; why we need it, how to do it, the risks of not doing it and so forth. After a while, the concept of tax reform blurs into an abstraction, making it more difficult to grasp the issue and properly address it. But very often a case study can cut through the clutter by illuminating a problem and clearing a path toward fixing it.
Study Group: State Tax Issues for Nonprofits
Dealing With Employees With Medical Conditions: FMLA, ADA and Beyond
Northeast Regional Education Conference- Baltimore, MD
Study Group: How Do States Catch You?
Florida State University Student Program
Study Group: Charitable Lead Trusts
Study Group: Successor Liability
Study Group: Talking to Your Clients About Sales Tax
Study Group: Charitable Remainder Trusts
NYU Law Student Reception
Study Group: IRS and NYS Tax Collections
2015 Fall Meeting & Education Conference
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063