Protecting Clients from Tax-Related Identity Theft
Tax-related identity theft is a continuing problem, with the National Tax Advocate reporting that the use of stolen Social Security numbers to collect fraudulent tax refunds increased more than 78 percent from 2011 to 2012, affecting nearly 450,000 individuals. Experian's ProtectMyID service offered the following advice for ways that taxpayers can protect themselves. A trustworthy tax preparer is an important part of the solution.
The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters has rounded up its annual list of quirky sales tax laws for 2014.
Affordable Care Act-related tax issues await CPAs and those who prepare their own returns this upcoming tax season, according to the National Conference of CPA Practitioners.
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Your peers' predictions for the next year in accounting
Tax extenders, temporary tax provisions that are reinstated by Congress on a regular basis, have been a recurring part of the tax arena for years. Most of the current group up for debate have expired at the end of 2013, and their eventual extension will be retroactive, but not all will be extended. Here are the best bets.
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As 2014 draws to a close, there may be more planning opportunities than ever before, but also more traps for the unwary, according to Grant Thornton LLP.
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