FTC Warns Five Tax Prep Giants About Possible Fines for Misusing Client Data
Five Tips for Giving Employees Gifts That Will Make a Difference
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Generational Slang Divide at Work Makes Communication More Difficult, Survey Finds
NYU School of Professional Studies to Host Summer Tax Conferences
This popular tax conference series is designed to benefit attorneys and accountants seeking to refresh their knowledge and learn more about the latest developments in legislation and regulations.
New Jersey CPA Admits to Concealing $147,000 From the IRS
William Kawam, 57, of Hewitt, N.J., pleaded guilty on June 30 to charges of subscribing to false tax returns and conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
Is a ‘Big Business Payroll Tax’ Coming to Your City?
Seattle's tax requires businesses with at least $7 million in annual payroll to pay between 0.7% and 2.4% on salaries and wages paid to Seattle employees who make at least $150,000 per year.
IRS ETAAC Committee Sends Report to Congress
The 2022 report groups a total of five recommendations into two sections: recommendations to Congress and recommendations to the IRS.