Vol. 226 Nbr. 6, December 2018
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- Business tax quick guide: tax year 2018.
- Implementing new software.
- Docket or lose it: Avoiding the risk of missed deadlines.
- New tax credit for paid family and medical leave: Through 2019, employers can recoup a portion of this prized employee benefit.
- After the merger: Creating a culture of success; Incorporating the right components into a post-closing integration plan improves the odds for a smooth transition and positive results.
- Getting it right: Crafting the CPA Exam; Test developers aim to assess important CPA knowledge and skills - and only that.
- Powerful internship programs for smaller firms.
- A new take on ethics and independence: A refreshed international code emphasizes 3 key objectives for professional accountants.
- The pros and cons of LLCs: This popular entity choice serves a wide variety of purposes.
- Model state approach to federal partnership audits: The model statute will provide uniformity and increased compliance.
- The TCJA and foreign real property taxes.
- Schoolteacher's failure to file FBAR results in $800,000 penalty: The Court of Federal Claims holds that actions and failure to inquire into reporting requirements for a foreign account by a taxpayer who had made a 'quiet disclosure' showed willfulness.
- Tax Court grants innocent spouse relief from taxes on embezzled funds: The taxpayer's subsequent knowledge of the embezzlement prevents relief for a second tax year.
- Tax Court sustains deficiencies for medical marijuana business: Nonmarijuana merchandise sales did not constitute a separate business, and the cost of goods sold was limited to amounts the IRS conceded, the court finds.
- What's new in Excel 2019.
- Learn About Your Customers With SurveyMonkey.
- WHERE TO TURN.
- We are living in a rapidly changing society.