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Known for its Southern hospitality, elegant charm and cobblestone streets with well-preserved structures, Charleston was named one of the top 10 places to visit in North America by Condé Nast Traveler Magazine. Once you spend some time there, you will easily see why!
The program will offer 18 hours of CPE and CLE/MCLE on a 50-minute hour track or 15 CLE/MCLE on a 60-minute hour track, including four hours of A&A and two hours of ethics.
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- Circular 230
- Recent changes discussed by David Golden, Troutman Sanders LLP
- Insider's view from point of view of Karen Hawkins, former director of the Internal Revenue Service Office of Professional Responsibility
- Current issues with income tax audits with Jeff Kess and Lance Einstein, Gomel, Davis & Watson LLP
- Maximizing Your Leadership: Transforming Contacts Into Advocates with Byron Sabol, Sabol Associates
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By David S. De Jong, Esq., CPA, Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong PC
In Porter v. Commissioner, TC Memo 2015-141, the Tax Court determined that a noncustodial parent entitled by a divorce decree to claim one of three children as a dependent could not claim the exemption in the absence of a signed Form 8332, as the former spouse did not sign the decree.
Steve Beaman, economist and author of "The American Dream Under Fire," said stocks will rally if U.S. lawmakers change the tax code to help companies. "In Washington, D.C., they're talking seriously about cutting corporate taxes to bring some of that corporate capital back from overseas, and I'm telling you that's a hugely bullish thing," he told Ed Berliner, host of NewsmaxTV's "The Hard Line."
The Cheat Sheet
Americans love to complain about taxes, and as most citizens well know, your individual tax burden largely depends on where you live. Your state of residence as well as your county and even your city can influence how much you end up shelling out to Uncle Sam.
Not very long ago, a tax professional's year had a recognizable rhythm, with predictable peaks and valleys. In January, tax advisers would finish the taxes of their corporate clients and then, in February, when individuals' 1099s started to come in, they would work at a fevered pitch until April 15, when the vast majority of Form 1040s were completed and out the door.
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Insurance News Net
New individual income tax return data for 2013 is out from the Internal Revenue Service, and it provides numerous entries that may interest insurance and financial professionals. The overall picture shows an economy in recovery mode that year. Here are just a few selected findings from Section 1 of the summer 2015 report.
One of the leaders of the Senate's main tax committee is sounding the alarm about proposed budget cuts at the Internal Revenue Service and warning that it could encourage identity theft, tax evasion and tax fraud by crime syndicates. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, sent a letter to Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen asking how deep cuts made by Congress to the IRS resources over the past several years could hamper the agency's ability to crack down on tax evasion and fuel cyberattacks against taxpayer data.
CPA Practice Advisor
Earlier this year, the United States Supreme Court made the decision to uphold the outlay of premium tax credits to all eligible taxpayers for health insurance premiums, including those who purchased them through federally established marketplaces. The Supreme Court's ruling will have an impact on many businesses, particularly when filing information with the Internal Revenue Service for the 2015 tax year.
Study Group: How Do States Catch You?
Florida State University Student Program
Study Group: Charitable Lead Trusts
New York Chapter Dinner
Issues Impacting Entity Selection
Study Group: Successor Liability
Successor Liability: Should My Client Purchase the Selling Entity or Its Assets?
AAA-CPA Lunch and Learn at the University of Florida Levin College of Law
Study Group: Talking to Your Clients About Sales Tax
Drafting, Negotiating and Enforcing Covenants Not to Compete in Texas
Study Group: Charitable Remainder Trusts
Aligning Charitable Giving Strategies With Important Tax Considerations
NYU Law Student Reception
Social Function — Barbeque at the Home of Barbara and Rhett Buck
Study Group: IRS and NYS Tax Collections
AAA-CPA Lunch and Learn at the University of Miami School of Law
2015 Fall Meeting & Education Conference
Determining a Worker's Legal and Tax Classification-Employee Versus Independent Contractor
2015 Tax Update
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