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    Conflicts of Interest IRS Rules Differ from AICPA Professional Standards

    Article Circular 230 forbids federal tax practitioners from having conflicts of interest, defined as representation of one client that is directly adverse to that of another client, or representing a client in circumstances creating a significant risk that the representation of one or more clients will be materially limited by the
    Published on January 08, 2013

    Conflicts of Interest IRS Rules Differ from AICPA Professional Standards

    Article Circular 230 forbids federal tax practitioners from having conflicts of interest, defined as representation of one client that is directly adverse to that of another client, or representing a client in circumstances creating a significant risk that the representation of one or more clients will be materially limited by the
    Published on January 08, 2013

    Deferral of Income from Sale of Gift Cards

    Article This item summarizes the recently released Rev. Proc. 2011-18, which provides guidance on the deferral of income from the sale of gift cards.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Deferral of Income from Sale of Gift Cards

    Article This item summarizes the recently released Rev. Proc. 2011-18, which provides guidance on the deferral of income from the sale of gift cards.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Current Developments in Employee Benefits and Pensions (Part I)

    Article This article covers significant developments in late 2010 and 2011 in employee benefits, including employment taxes, executive compensation, health and welfare benefits, and qualified plans. Part I focuses on guidance released and changes to the rules for employment taxes and executive compensation.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Current Developments in Employee Benefits and Pensions (Part I)

    Article This article covers significant developments in late 2010 and 2011 in employee benefits, including employment taxes, executive compensation, health and welfare benefits, and qualified plans. Part I focuses on guidance released and changes to the rules for employment taxes and executive compensation.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Software and California Sales and Use Tax

    Article This item addresses the sales and use tax implications of canned software (prewritten programs) under two recent California cases in light of that state's current statutory scheme.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Software and California Sales and Use Tax

    Article This item addresses the sales and use tax implications of canned software (prewritten programs) under two recent California cases in light of that state's current statutory scheme.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Offers in Compromise and the Consideration of Dissipated Assets

    Article This item reviews the qualification requirements for an offer in compromise, a form of administrative relief offered to financially distressed taxpayers with outstanding tax liabilities who are unable to satisfy their obligations to the government.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Offers in Compromise and the Consideration of Dissipated Assets

    Article This item reviews the qualification requirements for an offer in compromise, a form of administrative relief offered to financially distressed taxpayers with outstanding tax liabilities who are unable to satisfy their obligations to the government.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    IRS Revamps Lien Procedures to Help Struggling Taxpayers

    Article The IRS has revised its tax lien filing practices and provisions.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    IRS Revamps Lien Procedures to Help Struggling Taxpayers

    Article The IRS has revised its tax lien filing practices and provisions.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    California Changes Combined Reporting for Assignment of Combined Group Sales

    Article For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2011, California requires that receipts from the sale of tangible personal property of all members of a combined reporting group be assigned (i.e., sourced) to California, regardless of whether a specific member has nexus in the state.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    California Changes Combined Reporting for Assignment of Combined Group Sales

    Article For tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2011, California requires that receipts from the sale of tangible personal property of all members of a combined reporting group be assigned (i.e., sourced) to California, regardless of whether a specific member has nexus in the state.
    Published on April 20, 2012

    Californias Click-Through Nexus Law

    Article In 2011, California enacted a “click-through nexus” law requiring out-of-state online retailers to collect sales tax on all taxable sales of tangible personal property made through internet-based referrals, effective Sept. 2012.
    Published on April 20, 2012

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