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Join us Aug. 28-30 at the four-star newly renovated Royal Sonesta harbor Court Hotel for great networking and education in the Charm City.
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- Gain some great insights from Honorable Judge L. Paige Marvel, U.S. Tax Court, and Caroline D. Ciraolo, J.D., acting assistant attorney general, deputy assistant attorney general for policy and planning
- Enjoy the history and fun of the Baltimore Inner Harbor
- Dine on fresh seafood delights with AAA-CPA friends and family at the infamous Fells Point
Come learn about the unique opportunities for those trained in both accounting and law and about how membership in the AAA-CPA can help your career. AAA-CPA former President and Florida State University alumnus Domenick Lioce, Esq., professor Steve Johnson from the FSU College of Law and Robyn Jarnagin, J.D., CPA, from the FSU College of Business will address these questions. You'll also hear about the AAA-CPA's student member division. To register for this free program at the FSU College of Law Sept. 11, click here. For more information, please email Kimmy Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tax revenues for the first 10 months of the fiscal year topped a record $2,672,414,000,000. Those numbers represent almost 8 percent in growth of tax revenues over those collected in 2014. In pure dollars, the difference is $197,536,000,000 from one year to the next.
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According to a recent business payments study fielded by a collection of accounting industry leaders, more than 50 percent of accounting professionals support the idea of moving to paperless payments with 41 percent intending to adopt a cloud-based client payment solution in the next six months. The study shows 73 percent of accounting practitioners are still using paper-based payment methods.
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Fixing the tax code for U.S. businesses will be at the forefront when Congress returns from vacation, with many lawmakers focusing on "C" corporations, despite new data showing a continuing decline in their numbers.
Most of America's biggest and most powerful businesses, from Apple Inc. to Wal-Mart Stores Inc., are C corporations.
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The Internal Revenue Service made it clear that it wouldn't count free credit monitoring offered to victims of data breaches as taxable income.
In a new notice, the tax agency said its current rules didn't specifically tackle that question.
Investors are conditioned to think about tax-planning at year-end. During the last quarter of the year, many advisory firms publish tax-related articles, literature and checklists. Financial advisers may begin to contact their high-net-worth clients or respond to accountants questions about realized capital gains around then.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued final regulations for basis in interests in tax-exempt charitable remainder trusts to safeguard against their use as illegal tax shelters.
The rules apply to determining a taxable beneficiary's basis in a term interest in a charitable remainder trust upon a sale or other disposition of all interests in the trust, to the extent that basis consists of a share of adjusted uniform basis.
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