IRPAC: Establish tax pro ACA accounts, change W-9

The advisory committee had a number of suggestions for the IRS in its annual report.

Keep them in the loop

Sharing information about the state of the firm deepens employees’ engagement.

Tax Fraud Blotter: An education in incarceration

Five Stars and three defendants; a fraud goes ka-boom; and other highlights of recent tax cases.

New Jersey Society of CPAs announces 2018 scholarships

The organization seeks applications from both college and high school students.

Eide Bailly expands to Texas by merging in Davis Kinard

Eide Bailly LLP is extending its reach to Texas, adding Davis Kinard & Co, PC, a firm with offices in Abilene, Haskell, Plainview and Seymour, effective Dec. 4, 2017.

Sessions calls for IRS apology as Justice settles Tea Party lawsuits

The Justice Department is settling lawsuits with Tea Party and conservative groups that had sued the Internal Revenue Service over delays in granting them tax-exempt status, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the IRS should apologize to the groups.

The power of the red chair

How would your firm’s culture change if your best clients were always in the room?

Planning for the year we have

Tax reform uncertainty complicates advising clients.

White House sees 3 to 5% boost to economy from corporate tax cut

Cutting the corporate tax rate to 20 percent would boost U.S. economic growth by 3 to 5 percent over time, according to an analysis produced by President Donald Trump’s White House.

Tough choices remain for tax reform

House passage of the Senate budget resolution opens the door to wrangling next week.