This message was sent to ##Email##
|| YOUR MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION|
Full Name: ##firstname## ##lastname##
NAEA ID: ##userid##
Membership Exp. Date: ##membertype##
Capital One Account Holders
For our members who bank with Capital One: We have been experiencing an issue where membership charges made through NAEA on a Capital One credit or debit card are displaying as a different association name on bank statements.
We want to assure you that the funds are being deposited in the correct NAEA account, and would like you to please contact us if you have a questionable charge on your statement that matches the date and amount of your NAEA membership renewal. We apologize for any inconvenience surrounding this issue. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The NAEA Education Foundation (NAEA-EF), established in 1972, is a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, dedicated to helping aspiring enrolled agents reach their goal by providing scholarships to prepare for the Special Enrollment Examination. Beyond that, we have a mission to assist enrolled agents and other Circular 230 licensed tax practitioners maintain their high quality professional standing. That is why our scholarship applications are peer reviewed and awarded to those who attend NAEA's premiere national continuing education (CE) program - the National Tax Practice Institute™ (NTPI™).
The NAEA-EF works collaboratively with NAEA in order to offer scholarships making it more convenient for independent practitioners to take the CE credits required by the IRS and maintain the license governed by Circular 230.
- Click button above to redirect to the member log-in screen.
- Log-in and select “Make a contribution”.
- Check box Education Foundation and enter the amount you would like to contribute.
- Click check out to proceed.
- Select payment type, enter information and submit your contribution payment.
| || LEGISLATIVE & TAX ADMINISTRATION NEWS|
NAEA Members Heading to D.C.
NAEA members Phyllis Jo Kubey, EA,; Kathy Hettick, EA; and Jeffrey Schneider, EA; are all headed to D.C. next week for a public meeting of the Internal Revenue Service’s Advisory Council (IRSAC). NAEA for many years has counted its members among IRSAC leaders (including Sherrill Trovato, EA, USTCP; Lonnie Gary, EA, USTCP; Roger Harris, EA; Frank Degen, EA, USTCP; and Jennifer MacMillan, EA; just to name a few). We acknowledge members who volunteer their time to serve as advocates for a better tax administration system for all practitioners and taxpayers. The topics that may be covered during this public meeting are various, including implementation of the e-signatures provision that was enacted as part of the Taxpayer First Act and improving customer experience and service delivery.
IRS Requires Tax Pros to “Protect Your Clients; Protect Yourself”
The IRS requires tax return preparers to create and maintain a security plan for the protection of client data.
If you do not have a plan in place, the best time to start is now. NAEA is here to help with information to help you get started.
Optional Standard Mileage Rates Updated
Rev. Proc. 2019-46, released yesterday by IRS, provides updated optional standard mileage rates for determining deductible costs associated with using a car for business, medical, charitable, or moving purposes.
Closed Defined Benefit Plans
IRS has provided additional nondiscrimination relief to certain closed defined benefit plans under the advance version of Notice 2019-60.
The Department has released proposed changes to its net operating loss rules under the state corporate excise tax.
The Department of Revenue has created a new Appeals Section with the General Counsel’s office, which according to the draft revenue procedure, will apply to all unresolved and new protests received by the Department by December 5, 2019.
After consultations with a legislatively mandated working group, the Tax Commissioner has released draft guidelines regarding the limitation of interest expense for affiliated groups that file either a combined or consolidated Virginia return. Public comments will be accepted via the Virginia’s Town Hall website from November 25 to December 26, 2019.
| || EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK|
A Time for Sharing. Canada has begun sharing financial records with the IRS and it has implications for U.S. taxpayers living with our neighbor to the north.
Giving Thanks for Success. Gallup has recently published a poll about how Americans define success. ‘Tis the season to ponder these types of things.
A Success to be Thankful For. Holiday season also brings blockbuster movie releases and Rise of Skywalker, the final movie of the third Star Wars Trilogy, premiers on December 20. Turn up the sound for this one.
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.”
Contributions to NAEA PAC are governed by federal law. Only U.S. nationals (citizens and green-card holders) who are NAEA members in good standing may contribute to NAEA PAC. Contributions are voluntary and not deductible for federal or state income tax purposes. Corporate contributions are not permitted. We are required to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer of individuals who contribute $200 or more in a calendar year. Individual contributions are limited to $5,000 per year.
| || |
NAEA E@lert | Volume 1: Issue 50
Connect with NAEA
Recent Issues | Unsubscribe | Advertise | Web Version
Colby Horton, MultiView, Executive Vice-President, Publishing/Marketing, 469-420-2601 | Media Kit
Bethanney Standerfer, Content Editor, 469-420-2688 | Contribute news
National Association of Enrolled Agents
1730 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, Suite 400 | Washington, DC, 20036, United States
202-822-6232 | Contact Us
Learn how to add us to your safe sender list so our emails get to your inbox.
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063