Eight ways to save time while dealing with the IRS
By Jim Buttonow, CPA/CITP
Learning how to use the IRS’s e-Services tools can greatly improve practitioners’ efficiency.
Estate planning trends you need to know about
By Patricia M. Annino, J.D.
Advisers are turning their attention to state estate taxes, investment choices for dynasty trusts, and other issues.
A top 10 list of issues CFOs are facing right now
By Lee Terry, J.D.
Changing health care and tax laws are just the tip of the iceberg for CFOs.
How to deal with clients' price complaints
By David W. Cottle, CPA
Start by finding out if they’re really upset with your price—or with something else.
IRS will not let investors off the hook in overvaluing assets
by Steven L. Walker, J.D.
Concessions in tax shelter cases will no longer apply in Tax Court.
Budget proposals and the tax system
by Annette Nellen, Esq., CPA
What do the House and Senate budget resolutions portend for federal tax reform?
QDROs in divorce
by Donald J. DeGrazia, CPA/ABV/CFF
A qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) is an underused option in the search for collateral and security in marital settlement agreements.
A CPA firm’s recipe for high performance
By Doug Blizzard
New people policies can help grow revenue and increase productivity.
Superstars vs. operators
By Bill Reeb, CPA/CITP, CGMA
The model you use impacts revenue, costs, and succession planning.
Expanded voluntary classification settlement program
By Stephen J. Ehrenberg, CPA
IRS focuses on worker classification problems, but offers more liberal relief.