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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.


    Free Washington Tax Brief October 21
    Catch up on what's happening and what's coming up with the AICPA tax advocacy team,who will review pending proposals and what the AICPA is donig for the profession. If you can't make Oct.21, watch the archive at your convenience; it is generally available 2 days after.
    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.
    Which ID Theft Rules Need to Change? AICPA Highlights Priorities
    Get up to speed on what the AICPA is proposing to make it harder for identity thieves to obtain refunds and easier for theft victims to sort through the recovery process, as well as the new pilot programs the IRS has in the works.

    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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    Washington Tax Brief
    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.

    Tax Interest Area
    AICPA provides tax practice tools to help members elevate their practices and maintain the highest ethical standards.

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    The AICPA committees and technical resource panels bring together knowledgeable members to advocate on behalf of the profession.
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