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Thomson Reuters confirmed on Sept. 25 that UltraTax CS will provide an eSignature offering for the upcoming tax season.
Thomson Reuters has released a new multi-volume WG&L Estate Series treatise for estate planners, Tax Planning for Family Wealth Transfers at Death: Analysis with Forms. This WG&L treatise, by Howard M.
According to the IRS, a large part of the tax gap is caused by individuals underreporting their income tax by omitting taxable income or claiming erroneous or inflated deductions or credits.