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Tax

Are Frequent Flier Miles Next to Be Taxed?

The possibility that frequent flier and other rewards will soon be taxed has filled the blogosphere. But the rumors are heading down the runway before they've even got clearance. What's the real story from the IRS?
Practice Management

How to Avoid Violating Wage and Labor Laws

Payroll may look simple, but the regulations are complicated and the penalties are severe.
Practice Management

Take Cover Against Tax Season Violence

Be prepared: Angry taxpayers may be coming to get you. Tax season is bringing out the worst in people.
Tax

Do 'Cloud' Ventures Result in Sales Tax Problems?

The "Cloud" is all the rage, promising to solve a range of data management issues. But care is needed – you may end up with a sales tax nexus.
Practice

Help to the Finish Line: Complete What You Start

The first in a series of quizzes from Jeff Davidson that help you gauge how well you are managing your personal and professional lives.
Tax

Lois Lerner Steps Up in IRS Scandal

The former IRS manager now faces a withering new House report, which releases embarrassing e-mails.
Tax

NFL vs. Cleveland Tax Authorities: 3rd Down

Two football players continue to try to make their case that the city of Cleveland improperly taxed their income.
Practice

Teach Clients to Be Tax Smart Year-Round

Tired of hearing clients complain about this year's tax bill? Now is the time to step up and do something about it.
Tax

Another Taxing Opportunity: Plastic Bags in PA

There's nothing new about governments trying to use tax as behavior modification. They've been doing it forever. Now the behavior being targeted in some areas of the country is the choice at the grocery store of "paper or plastic."
Practice

Will Outsourcing Overseas Cut You Some Slack?

Do you think you're the only one in your office who can complete tax returns "the right way?" If so, outsourcing some of your tax work to India or some other foreign location isn't for you.
Tax

Taxes Can Tarnish Olympic Gold

US swimmer Nathan Adrian won a gold medal in the 100-meter freestyle by one-hundredth of a second. Thanks to that millisecond victory, he'll owe at least $6,250 in federal income taxes.
Tax

Supreme Court Upholds Obama Health Care Law

The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision this morning (June 28, 2012), upheld President Obama's health care law, declaring the individual mandate constitutional as a tax.
Practice

BDO Accepts Deferred Prosecution Agreement

BDO USA LLP (BDO) the seventh largest US accounting firm, agreed on June 12 to pay a civil penalty of $34.4 million to the IRS and forfeit $15.6 million to the US government as part of a deferred prosecution agreement.

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