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President Obama’s budget proposal has many wondering what a “robust portfolio of IRS international tax compliance initiatives” means for international tax reform.
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A few legislative changes effective for 2013, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court’s DOMA decision, may cause many individuals to wonder what their 2013 tax rate is.
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Final regulations issued in July 2014 broaden the ability to use truncated taxpayer identification numbers, but more needs to be done.
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A recent law change in New York highlights the challenges of operating our sales tax system in today’s e-commerce business model.
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How does Circular 230's revised rule on written advice affect CPAs?
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More and more clients own or use virtual currency. Here are the possible tax consequences practitioners need to know.
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Yet one more measure -- the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act, aims to stimulate the economy. What does it offer employers?
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Stringent enforcement, confusion in the courts and calls for both modification and permanence continue to describe our temporary federal research tax credit.
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President Obama's interest in strengthening the middle class and reducing the tax gap bring attention to worker classification problems and solutions.
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About a dozen individual income tax provisions have expired or are expiring in the near future. What should be their fate?
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