57 Tax Extenders Set to Expire

57 Federal Tax Provisions Set to Expire With No Prospect of Extension
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57 Federal Tax Provisions Set to Expire With No Prospect of Extension

By: T. Steel Rose, CPA | AICPA tax leadership acknowledged in a November 15 media presentation that the upcoming tax season will be a difficult one due to a compressed tax season with 57 expiring tax provisions. The presentation included AICPA leaders: Ed Karl, Vice President of Taxation, Jeff Porter, Chair on the Tax Committee and Melissa...

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Obamacare Consulting for CPAs

By: Sidney Kess, CPA, J.D., LL.M. |  Key provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also referred to as the Affordable Care Act, ACA, or Obamacare) (P.L. 111-148) are set to take effect on January 1, 2014. This includes the individual mandate, which requires all individuals without an exemption to have minimum essential...

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Bitcoins, Dwollas and Frictionless Transactions

By: T. Steel Rose, CPA | Coming to a technology client in the near future, if it hasn’t happened already, will be revenue and expenses paid in Dwollas or some form of cyber currency like Bitcoins. Dwollas are a simplified ACH transaction and translate dollar for dollar with a much lower merchant fee deducted from the vendor’s funds. Bitcoin,...

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Amount Spouse Receives Based on Your Social Security

By: Jerry Love, CPA/PFS, ABV, CVA, CFP | Earlier this summer, I wrote an article about the topic of when a person should start drawing their Social Security. I received several requests that I also write about what a spouse would receive from Social Security and the answer is, “it depends” based on a number of factors. In this article,...

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Helping Clients Maximize a SIMPLE Retirement Plan

By: Julie Welch, CPA/PFS, CFP | Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE plans) are retirement plans that can be set up by small businesses with less than 100 employees that have no other retirement plan. The SIMPLE plan can be either an IRA or a 401(k), depending on which one you (if you are self-employed) or your employer set up.

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