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  • The IRS has announced it will begin issuing new and renewal PTINS at no cost beginning today. The change follows the suspension of the PTIN program as a result of the June 1 court decision in Steele ... Read

  • IRS Warns About New Tax Scam

    If it seems there is a new tax scam every week, that is because there is. This week's scam is linked to the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS), where fraudsters call to demand an immediate ... Read

  • PTIN Litigation

    On June 1, 2017, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia upheld the Internal Revenue Service’s authority to require the use of a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN), but ... Read

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    Sale of business

    Hello to all Any thoughts on putting a sale price/value on a business/?  I have a client that has a business, providing continuing ed courses for professionals. His net income from his LLC averages approx. $200k per year. A value if sold outright, ...

  • Jose and others: NSA cannot appear in a state or send a letter to the governor and say "We/NSA do not like the way you are treating the accounting professionals in your state". It is up to the accounting professionals in each state to deal with the ...

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    RE: Odd notice CP161

    Just a thought...As preparer (I don't have POA) can I call IRS to explain error of date on check? I think I wrote 2016 on the check as opposed to y/e 9/30/16, so it is a 2015 return. My client is giving me a check to send to them for the penalty and ...

Main Street Practitioner

In this issue of Main Street Practitioner:

  • The IRS is Coming: How to Prepare for the New IRS Partnership Audit Regime (Part II)
  • Peer Review Changes - a Reviewer's Perspective
  • Taxing the Gig Economy, Part 3: The Unintended Consequences of Being a Small Business
  • The Complete, Yet Simple, Marketing Plan For Solo Tax Practitioners
  • How to Fire a Client
  • Why Real Estate Inside the Closely Held C Corporation Should Generally Be Avoided

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