Small Business Health Insurance Tax Credit Not Seen as Incentive to Provide Employee Health Insurance, AICPA Tells Congr...
Most small employers did not view the small business health insurance tax credit as an incentive to provide health insurance coverage to their employees last year, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants told a congressional panel today
Published on November 15, 2011
Half of U.S. Adults Fail Health Insurance 101, Misidentify Common Financial Terms in Plans
As Americans prepare to make critical decisions about health insurance, a majority are struggling to understand basic financial terms found in the plans, according to a new telephone survey conducted for the American Institute of CPAs by Harris Interactive...
Published on August 28, 2013
AICPA Will Testify at Congressional Hearing to Examine Small Business Health Insurance Tax Credit
Thompson will offer recommendations about how Congress could amend the law to make the tax credit more effective
Published on November 14, 2011
AICPA and 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy Offer Consumers Free Year-End Planning Webcast
A panel of CPA financial planners will offer a free year-end planning webcast for consumers that reflects recent tax law changes
Published on October 17, 2013
Melissa Labant in NY Times -Tax Changes From Health Care Law
Melissa Labant quoted in NY Times speaking on tax implications of the health care law.
Published on February 16, 2011
As Gas Prices Soar, CPA Financial Planners Offer Advice
The AICPA advises that you consider all the costs involved in trading in the old for the new more fuel-efficient vehicle. Example issues are increased car insurance costs, sales tax, or monthly interest
Published on February 07, 2010
Media Advisory - AICPA Tax VP Edward Karl Available to Discuss Tax-Cut Package Set for Senate Vote
Edward Karl, vice president of taxation for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and other members of the AICPA tax staff are available to explain what the tax-cut package means for taxpayers.
Published on December 13, 2010
Rebuilding Your Financial Life CPAs Offer Tips for Those Affected by Hurricane Sandy
As East Coast residents and businesses begin recovering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, CPAs are available to answer tax and personal finance questions they might face as they begin to rebuild their lives. Here’s a sampling of questions and answers typical after devastating storms
Published on October 31, 2012
AICPA attacks DOL fiduciary plans ESOP language
Efforts to stop the Department of Labor from reproposing its fiduciary rule continue, according to LifeHealthPro. Reporter Melanie Waddell reported that the American Institute of CPAs is working to ensure that DOL’s fiduciary reproposal does not define
Published on July 26, 2013
AICPA and Paychex Webinar How Health Care Reform Will Affect You and Your Clients
AICPA and Paychex Webinar - 10/7 2-3pm EST
Published on October 01, 2010