Tax Court to review IRS denial of whistleblower claim

The Tax Court has ruled that a whistleblower may challenge an IRS award decision when the whistleblower provides new information in a later supplemental form.

Lawmakers introduce bill to curb abuses of conservation easement tax break

A pair of congressional representatives has introduced bipartisan legislation to discourage abuses of the conservation easement tax break.

House Democrats seek Trump financial statements from Mazars USA

House Democrats are investigating reports that the president inflated or deflated amounts on his financials and used an unorthodox format dubbed a “Statement of Financial Conditions.”

The 2019 IRS Dirty Dozen

The service names its annual ‘worst of the worst’ tax scams.

IRS clarifies treatment of state and local tax refunds under SALT deduction cap

The Internal Revenue Service issued guidance Friday on how to deal with state and local tax refunds in the context of the $10,000 limit on state and local tax deductions under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Creativity versus bots

How to flex your creative muscles as tech changes the game.

Understanding local search and why it’s important for your business

Word of mouth was once an accounting firm’s primary means of gaining new clients, but these days, your prospective customers likely rely on search engines.

NJCPA to award more than $350K in scholarships

The New Jersey Society of CPAs will award local high school seniors and college students at its 59th Annual Scholarship Award Ceremony on April 30.

Turning marketplace facilitators into tax collectors

The next steps in the ongoing responses to the Supreme Court’s South Dakota v. Wayfair decision.

Firms on the move: KPMG to open $450M innovation center

EY named lead sponsor for NABA National Convention & Expo; Boeckermann Grafstrom & Mayer launches family office services group; and more CPA news.