Engagement Letter Fairness Opinion Fee Language May Affect Fees Taxation
Language used in investment banker (IB) engagement letters to implement fee payment arrangements can significantly affect the federal income tax treatment of such payments
Published on June 01, 2011
Setting Proper Boundaries With a Clear, Concise Engagement Letter
This column considers the contractual nature of engagement letters and addresses some common criteria that should be considered, and terms that should be included in, most engagement letters
Published on November 01, 2014
FBARs and Not-Yet-Reported Offshore Income Penalties and Practitioners Issues
...1) options available for the client that did not disclose under the IRS’s voluntary disclosure program, which ended October 15, 2009; (2) practitioners’ responsibilities, including tax organizers and engagement letters; and (3) items suspended and/or extended to the June 2010 due date
Published on December 01, 2009
Compilation and Review Engagements
A description of publications available on compilation and review engagements
Published on November 03, 2014
AICPA News Update - February 10, 2012
...Preparing Returns, New Tax Practitioner’s Toolkit with Resources to Help Members Communicate and Promote Their Value, Become a Member of the Tax Section, Sign Up for Free CPA Letter Daily to Get Tax News Each Weekday, Tax Publications Offer Timely
Published on February 10, 2012
Prospective Financial Information
A description of publications available on prospective financial information.
Published on September 30, 2014
AICPA News Update - February 8, 2013
In this issue: Save Money and Time with Free Tools to Help You Communicate with Clients; Updated 2012 Tax Practice Guides, Checklists, Organizers and Letters; Get Exclusive Discounts and Resources by Joining the Tax Section; Sign Up for Free CPA Letter Daily to Get Tax News Each Weekday; Network with Other CPAs and Stay...
Published on February 08, 2013
Compilation & Review Alerts
Information regarding the AICPA Compilation and Review Alerts.
Published on February 19, 2013
Every firm should have a record retention policy and should have its legal counsel review this policy to make sure that all legal areas are covered. The policy should spell out what records should be kept and for how long.
Published on December 01, 2008
AICPA News Update Vol. 14 No. 5
Special Tax Issue with News and Resources
Published on February 04, 2011