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There is one thing that Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush and Donald Trump all agree on — their professed dislike of the "carried interest" loophole.
Carried interest is a money manager's share of the profits made by investing clients' money — typically, around 20 percent.
Journal of Accountancy
The Internal Revenue Service issued temporary regulations lowering the user fee for preparer tax identification numbers from $50 for new or renewal PTINs to $33. PTINs must be obtained by everyone who prepares or assists in preparing a tax return or claim for refund for compensation.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers vowed to push for the ratification of eight tax treaties which have been held up for years because of one Republican senator's objections, despite support from companies that want consistency in rules for how to do international business.
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Reducing the corporate tax rate to 25 to 30 percent would discourage profit shifting by multinationals, according to a new report from the Tax Foundation.
Up to 35 percent of U.S. corporate tax revenue is lost due to profit shifting, according to some studies.
Retirement plans for professional traders can be used several ways. You can trade in the retirement plan, build it up with annual tax-deductible contributions, borrow money from it to start a trading business and convert it to a Roth IRA for permanent tax-free buildup.
Federal News Radio
Internal Revenue Service employees with a record of misconduct or tax delinquency would not receive bonuses under a bill aimed at agency "cheats." The No Bonuses for Tax Cheats Act, introduced Oct. 28, would withhold bonuses to employees "with respect to whom there is substantial evidence of misconduct ... or seriously delinquent tax debt."
Study Group: AICPA Proposed Attestation Independence Rule Changes
2015 Fall Meeting & Education Conference
Study Group: Charitable Lead Trusts
Applying for Federal Not-For-Profit Status
Determining a Worker's Legal and Tax Classification-Employee Versus Independent Contractor
Discounts in Valuations — Do's and Don'ts
32nd Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and 5th National Institute on Tax Controversy
Study Group: Charitable Remainder Trusts
2015 Tax Update
Pretransaction Planning for Selling a Closely Held Business
AAA-CPA Annual Meeting & Education Conference
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