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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.
With Valentines Day coming up, let's explore the theme of just how romantic income taxes can be - or how it can totally bust up relationships!
Did you read the recent Wall Street Journal Article about Lori Singleton-Clarke? She is a nurse who brought her own case t
LOS ANGELES (TaxMama.com) - IRS has been busy this week, with announcements about testing tax preparers and tax tips, and proposed regulations.
You've been in business for a long time and you have your pre-tax season routine down pat, don't you?
IRS just released Notice 2009-93 allowing us to issue 1099s to our payees using the kind of truncated numbers we generally use when we pay credit card bills and other bills.
This note came to me from James Chapman, EA as a lesson we can learn. The scenario he describes is not unusual. Of course, this would never happen to your clients! Or would it?
At a recent CSEA breakfast meeting, one of the Enrolled Agents asked a question about dependents.
Reading Gail Perry's article today got me steamed up again. She published the information from the TIGTA report that explains why IRS's hands are tied.
Whew! Have we done that many amended returns already?