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Transfer Pricing Audits: With Changes on the Horizon, Upfront Planning Is Key

Many companies consider transfer pricing a cross-border issue, but the reality often hits much closer to home.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Oops – Incorrect Tax Info Sent to 800,000 Obamacare Users

The menu features specials on feds grant Obamacare tax extension, ex-American Realty CAO drops lawsuit, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Warns Tax Professionals of New Phishing Scam

The menu features specials on the most effective tax-prep TV ads, sustainability accounting for investors, and more.
Practice

Is Your Number Up? PTIN Rules You May Not Have Known

You know you need a PTIN—but learn little-known details that can save you hassles later.
Tax

When Should Married Couples Check 'Married, Filing Separately'?

There are serious legal and financial implications to your choices—know the rules before making a decision.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: New York Sues UPS Over Lost Cigarette Tax Revenues

The menu features specials on boards propose revisions to revenue standard, Caterpillar faces IRS penalties, and more.
Tax

IRS Is Allowing Taxpayers to Make Appointments at 10 Walk-in Assistance Centers

The IRS hopes the new appointment-based service approach will help taxpayers avoid long lines this tax season.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: More CFOs Are Letting Employees Work from Home

The menu features specials on Deloitte names Punit Renjen global CEO, new FASB guidance on legal entities, and more.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Makes Repair Rules Easier for Small Businesses

The menu features specials on Congress starts TurboTax probes, FASB looks at income tax disclosures, and more.
Tax

When Property 'Taxes' Are NOT Deductible on Schedule A of Form 1040

The IRS has some nasty surprises for those who think anything labeled a "property tax" is automatically deductible.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Former SEC Member Harvey Goldschmid Has Died

The menu features specials on House panel backs expanding 529 plans, Utah accounting firm settles with SEC, and more.
Tax

No Mercy: the IRS Lowers the Boom on Late Income Tax Filers

Do you and your clients think you have a good excuse for filing late? "The dog ate my W-2 forms" isn't going to fly.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Boss Apologizes for Wrongful Business Asset Seizures

The menu features specials on BofA unit aided tax avoidance, biz tax incentives impact some state budgets, and more.
Tax

How Not to Get Too 'Creative' with Hobby-Related Tax Deductions

Writers and artists get certain deductions—but often their 1040's are the most creative things they produce.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: IRS Civil Forfeiture Practices Focus of House Hearing

The menu features specials on SEC claws back 500K from ex-Saba CFOs, FBI to probe fraudulent tax filings, and more.
Tax

IRS Says 2015 Tax-Filing Season Is Strong Out of the Gate

Of the more than 14 million federal income tax returns the IRS received as of Jan. 31, 95 percent were e-filed.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Tax Refunds Being Used Less for Savings, Debt Reduction

The menu features specials on more US CFOs work abroad to gain experience, SEC advances hedging rule, and more.
Tax

Presenting the IRS Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for 2015: Part 2

Part 2 of the latest edition of the worst tax scams—don't even think about frivolous tax arguments.
Tax

Stepping into the Fray: IRS Tackles the 'Personhood' of a Fetus

The IRS has its rules, and don't think that moral or religious arguments necessarily carry any weight.
A&A

Bramwell’s Lunch Beat: Engelbert to Become First Woman to Lead US Big 4 Firm

The menu features specials on AICPA urges Senate to approve tax treaties, new IRS technical guidance, and more.

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