2004 National Conference on Federal Taxes - FAS 109 Update
...FAS 109 Update, Accounting for Income Taxes, relates to financial statement disclosures of the tax accrual and other tax information. Find information on recent developments, Tax Reserves/FAS 5 contingencies, interim financial reporting, and APB 23
Published on March 09, 2012
Cliff Law Reconfigures Tax Preparation and Planning
With its scores of new and extended provisions, the American Taxpayer Relief Act offers something for nearly all taxpayers and their preparers to assess and implement as they begin preparing 2012 returns and plan for the future.
Published on January 08, 2013
IRS Releases Government Shutdown Contingency Plan
The IRS released its contingency plan for what it will do if the federal government shuts down Oct. 1
Published on September 30, 2013
11/22/2013 Tax e-Alert PTIN System Now Open IRS Shutdown Contingency Plans
Nov. 22, 2013 Tax E-Alert Newsletter. Articles include: IRS PTIN System Ready For 2014 Applications, AICPA Requests IRS Shutdown Contingency Plan for 2014 Tax Season, Freddie Mac Third-Party Verification Letters, Amending Returns After the DOMA Ruling? AICPA Asks IRS for More Guidance, AICPA Provides Recommendations to IRS for...
Published on November 22, 2013
IRS Prepared to Process Returns If Government Shuts Down
IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman answered questions at the National Press Club regarding the IRS’ preparations for a possible shutdown of the federal government, which could happen Friday.
Published on April 07, 2011
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
IRS Not Issuing Liens or Levies, Enforcement Actions Limited, During Shutdown
The IRS updated its website to notify taxpayers that, during the current government shutdown, the IRS is not sending out liens or levies either generated automatically or sent by personnel.
Published on October 10, 2013
Tax Practice Resources
Today's tax CPA faces an increasingly complex environment that affects their ability to meet work challenges whether in public practice, business and industry or academia. To help members meet these challenges, the Tax Division's committees and technical resource panels work year round to develop new practice tools and services.
Published on December 11, 2013
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
Federal Budget Deal Avoids Tax Season Disruptions
White House and congressional negotiators reached an agreement on funding the federal government ahead of a midnight April 8 deadline and averted a shutdown of all nonessential government functions.
Published on April 11, 2011