The Internal Revenue Service released an early draft of the instructions with revised directions for how partnerships should report capital accounts and tax basis capital for partners on Schedule K-1.
Financial satisfaction of people in the U.S. bounced back strongly in the third quarter, reversing the lows brought on by the coronavirus.
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IAASB and IESBA announce deputy chairs and board appointments; Grant Thornton names two national managing partners; and more CPA news.
Cybersecurity audit software maker gets seed funding, online tax research tool available for individual tax topics, and more.
Coffee pots are more dangerous than office bathrooms, and gloves aren't recommended.
Practitioners share their challenges and solutions in working remotely during the pandemic.
BKD promotes 65; EY appoints two office managing partners; and more CPA news.
The CARES Act will play a critical role, according to Grant Thornton.
Practitioners share their concerns and hopes in the run-up to the final filing deadline.
One of the great challenges of working remotely is replicating the interactions and relationships that develop naturally in a physical office.
The Internal Revenue Service is now allowing tax advisors and taxpayers to fax the Form 8918, Material Advisor Disclosure Statement, as part of its response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Democrats on the House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee want the agency to reverse the automated revocation of status for tens of thousands of nonprofits.
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