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    AICPA Second Visitation Letter

    Legislative Letters ...Employed Division, expressing the AICPA's concern over the rollout of the IRS's program to send letters to tax return preparers and visit their offices to inspect client records. The AICPA
    Published on December 22, 2010

    AICPA Tells IRS Preparers Deserve More Info, Clarity on 2011 Office Visits

    Comment Letter In a December 22 letter to the IRS Small Business Commissioner, Patricia A. Thompson, chair of AICPA’s Tax Committee, reiterated AICPA’s many concerns about the broad scope of the Preparer Letters and Visitation program.
    Published on December 23, 2010

    AICPA Supports Goal of Real-Time Tax Processing Offers Cautions on Potential Impact

    Newsletter Speeding up the process for matching a tax return with third-party data offers potential benefits but also potential pitfalls, the AICPA told the IRS in response to the agency’s proposal.
    Published on January 09, 2012

    AICPA Speaks up Against Penalties in ID Theft Bill

    Newsletter The CPA Advocate: July, 2013. Congress is considering ways to clamp down on tax-related identity theft, including higher penalties on tax preparers.  Find out what the AICPA is saying about these efforts and its own recommendations.
    Published on July 18, 2013

    AICPA Supports Goal of Real-Time Tax Processing Offers Cautions on Potential Impact

    Newsletter The AICPA testified at an IRS hearing on the proposed real-time tax system, saying it supports the overall goal, but that it should be phased in and focus first on the simplest returns.
    Published on January 09, 2012

    More Than 40 State CPA Societies Press IRS to Ease Burden of Repair Regulations

    Newsletter The CPA Advocate: December, 2014.  Small business owners need relief from the burdensome requirements imposed by the IRS’s new tangible property regulations, state CPA societies have stressed in letters to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.
    Published on December 18, 2014

    AICPA Continues Push to Reduce Amount of Data Small Businesses Must Turn Over to IRS during an Examination

    Newsletter The CPA Advocate: October, 2011.  The AICPA hosted a meeting with senior IRS officials and accounting software developers to find ways to minimize the amount of data small businesses must send to the IRS during an exam as part of its accounting software file.
    Published on October 13, 2011

    State CPA Societies Increase Pressure on IRS to Modify Repair Regulations

    Newsletter The CPA Advocate: November, 2014.  Making the regulations prospective and increasing the de minimis threshold to $2,500 from $500 would provide relief for many small businesses.
    Published on November 20, 2014

    Hurricane Irene Extend Tax Filing Deadlines for Areas Affected by Storm

    Newsletter The CPA Advocate: September, 2011.  The AICPA asked the IRS to extend tax filing deadlines for business returns where the taxpayers or tax return preparers are in areas affected by Hurricane Irene.
    Published on September 08, 2011

    Preserving the Cash Basis Method of Accounting for CPA Firms

    Article The AICPA is opposed to certain provisions included in tax reform proposals that would limit the availability of the cash basis method of accounting.
    Published on September 29, 2014

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