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Around the country, wherever IRS has a campus, they usually arrange to meet with the tax c
In today's issue of Ask TaxMama, I have updated an article from many years ago about why a business needs a tax professional. Page 2 of the article included these guidelines to small businesses looking for a tax pro:
Several people forwarded a copy of Lynn Freer's Spidell Flash email about an IRS Chief Counsel advice. Of course, I've be
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As you may realize by now, I think taxes are kind of fun. For me, finding legitimate ways to use the Tax Code to find some overlooked little nook or cranny is a kick.
Back in the dim reaches of time, when I started my tax practice, a full law library was much too expensive for a young accountant on her own.
Well my friends, we are getting close to the end of tax season. Just a few hundred minutes left until midnight April 15.
Well my friends,The inevitable has happened.Buried in the Housing Assistance Act of 2008 was a new Internal Revenue Code Section 6050W.
You already know the HIRE Act HR 2847 was signed into law yesterday.
There's been quite a bit of talk about who must and must not register with NYS as an out of state preparer.I still don't know the exact answer and how it applies to Enrolled Agent.