There are nine spots open for stakeholders starting in January 2018.
The Trump administration’s proposal to slash the tax rate on partnerships and limited liability companies could set off a stampede of individual taxpayers trying to reclassify themselves as so-called pass-through businesses in order to take advantage of the savings, according to tax experts.
Firms need to start making the most of those who make them the most.
Many of the president’s “core principles” were similar to promises he made on the campaign trail, including a reduction to 15 percent in the rate for businesses.
With April 18 in the past, tax practices should start assessing their performance.
Getting partners to transition toward retirement as they approach the firm’s retirement age is a problem facing many CPA firms, and its implications are far-reaching.
Uber and Amazon may be the models for the tax preparation process of the future, according to Keith Alessi, the former Jackson Hewitt chairman and CEO who recently joined the board of upstart tax prep franchiser Happy Tax.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers have reintroduced the Marketplace Fairness Act in another effort to bring more consistency to the imposition of state sales and use taxes on online purchases.
Top 100 firm LBMC is acquiring Pivotal Bridge’s Intacct practice in Atlanta, folding it into its LBMC Technology Solutions group.
Withum has united its brand with a longtime partner, PWM Advisory Group, an independent registered investor advisor, to create Withum Wealth Management.