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Take advantage of the early bird hotel rate for #NTPI2019! Book before October 18 to lock in the Hilton...

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Tax Relief for Drought-stricken Ranchers and Farmers. Farmers and ranchers who were forced to sell certain types of livestock as a result of drought have been granted an additional year to replace the sold livestock before having to pay the capital gains tax on those sales....

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California The Franchise Tax Board’s October Tax News is now available and covers some recent legislative changes and insights about upcoming efforts to inform taxpayers about who is eligible for head of household status. Massachusetts A working draft Technical...

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NAEA on Capitol Hill Even though Congress is in recess for another week, tax staff are still busy at work. The NAEA government relations team has been making the rounds in the House of Representatives this week, encouraging members to co-sponsor H.R. 3330 the Taxpayer Protection...

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Proposed Revenue Recognition Regulations for Accrual Method Taxpayers IRS has released the much anticipated proposed regulations for accrual method taxpayers regarding the acceleration of income under §451(b) and the deferral of advance payments for goods, services,...

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Innocent Spouse Case Developments. The Taxpayer First Act made some procedural changes for Tax Court consideration of innocent spouse cases. Christine Speidel covers the impact of these legislative changes to the Tax Court’s scope and standard of review in certain...

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