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    The AICPA Tax Advocacy Team and appointed AICPA members (through selected technical resource panels and committees) continually monitor and advocate on legislative, regulatory and administrative tax matters on behalf of our members.


    AICPA Due Dates Proposal Moves Forward in Congress
    The House passed a reauthorization of highway funds that includes an AICPA proposal to re-order certain due dates to address taxpayer and member concerns that the chronology of the current dates often requires them to seek extensions as the information was not available to complete the return.
    What is the AICPA Doing to Ease Tangible Property Compliance?
    We know that these regulations continue to challenge taxpayers and practitioners and, therefore, we are keeping on the IRS and Treasury to change some of the rules, particularly the $500 de minimis safe harbor.
    Special Washington Tax Brief on ID Theft
    Identity theft has exploded as an issue for CPAs. Learn from the AICPA Tax Advocacy Team what is being proposed to help taxpayers and practitioners prevent or recover from it. Join us Aug. 5 at 1pm ET for this free webcast.

    AICPA Tax Advocacy: A Member-Driven Process 

    This video of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee Immediate Past Chair and AICPA Tax Reform Task Force Chair, Jeffrey Porter, CPA, discusses member involvement in our AICPA tax advocacy efforts.

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    This webcast series will help keep you informed of what is going on in Washington that may affect you, your practice, and your clients.
    This e-newsletter is dedicated to keeping you informed about the AICPA's advocacy efforts.

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