How the Government Shutdown Affects Taxpayers and Tax Practitioners
The shutdown of the federal government on Oct. 1 involves a large number of federal government functions, including many affecting taxpayers and tax practitioners.
Published on October 02, 2013
Participate on Tax Division Committees
Would you like to become more involved in AICPA Tax Division activities? Consider letting the profession benefit from your technical, policy or practice management knowledge and experience by applying for committee membership.
Published on November 16, 2012
Tax Court Closed During Government Shutdown IRS Announces No Refunds
With the federal government shutting down at midnight on Sept. 30, the Tax Court announced that, unlike other federal courts, it is closing during the shutdown.
Published on February 07, 2014
IRS and Tax Court Reopen After Government Shutdown PTIN Renewals Delayed
After the president signed the bill reopening the federal government, the IRS and Tax Court announced that they are back open for business. But the IRS also announced a delay in 2014 PTIN renewals.
Published on October 17, 2013
Possible NIIT Software Errors International Resource Center Launched
In this issue Possible NIIT Software Errors; International Resource Center Launched
Published on March 07, 2014
Questions and Answers on the Impact of the Government Shutdown on IRS and Tax Administration
The AICPA Tax Section created this Q&A page with specific questions and answers for tax practitioners working to complete tax returns by the Oct. 15 2013 deadline who need to work with and contact the IRS during the government shutdown.
Published on October 17, 2013
March 9, 2012 Tax E-Alert
This newsletter contains information regarding: Transitional Guidance Released for Temporary Repair Regulations, Form 8938, Portability, PTIN Regulations, Local Tax Refund Refusal Case, Planning Opportunities, Participate on Tax Division Committees.
Published on March 13, 2012
May 11, 2012 Tax E-Alert Deadlines for Key Opportunities are Next Week
This newsletter contains information regarding: Tangible Property Regulations, Full Deduction for Administrative Costs of Estates & Trusts, and Final Regulations Regarding Trust Ordering Rules.
Published on May 14, 2012
April 27, 2012 Tax E-Alert Top News, Individual Issues, Trust & Estate Issues, Announcements & Events and more
This newsletter contains information regarding: Deductibility of Local Lodging Expenses When the Employee is Not Away From Home, Comments on Tangible Property Regulations, Small Business Tax Cuts, 2011 FBARs, Preparer Fraud, IRS Erroneous Notices to Trusts Regarding Tax Calculations, Product Demos at Tax Strategies Conference, 2012 Tax Education Program, Tax Practitioners’ LinkedIn and Tax Power Hour Supplemental Handouts
Published on May 01, 2012
April 13, 2012 Tax E-alert Top News, Foreign Filing & Disclosure Issues, State & Local Tax, Tax Section Volunteer Opport...
This newsletter contains information regarding: Form 8949, New CCE Practitioners Priority Service, Form 8938, FBAR, Form 3115, GAO Briefing Regarding Reporting Foreign Accounts to IRS, Checklist for Forms 3520 and 3520A, Audit Guide for form 1120 IC-DISC, States Continue to Attempt to Expan Nexus Definition and Federal Court Declares Colorado
Published on April 16, 2012