October 20, 2011
Hats off to the AICPA for stepping in and suggesting to the IRS that maybe requiring CPAs and other tax preparers to be fingerprinted is going just a bit too far. Right now, the proposal for fingerprinting doesn't extend to CPAs, but it wouldn't hurt to have that part in writing once the permanent regs are created.  I'm still waiting to hear how registering my fingerprints will make me a better tax preparer. Read More »»

Gail Perry, CPA
AICPA: IRS Should Revise Proposed Regs Regarding Competency Exam and Fingerprinting for Tax Preparers
Patricia A. Thompson, chair of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee, is urging the IRS to make changes to the user fee regulations it has proposed for tax return preparers as part of its preparer oversight program.
Finding His Voice – New York CPA Auditions for 'The Glee Project'
Move over Clark Kent. You're no longer the only seemingly button-down urban professional who's decided to shed his conservative suit and tie to pursue his true identity. Read More »»
Sidney Kess and S. Scott Voynich Receive AICPA Gold Medal Award
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) is pleased to announce that Sidney Kess, CPA, JD, LLM, and S. Scott Voynich, CPA, are the recipients of the AICPA 2011 Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Service. Read More »»
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