|Buyer beware: Not all CPE is equal
Being a smart shopper applies to more than just your Target run -- you need to also be a savvy CPE shopper. But, sometimes, you'll see CPE programs advertised that are unclear, misleading or incorrect. How do busy CPAs keep it all straight?
|Treasury officials discuss issues related to 199A
Ed Zollars, CPA
Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed, questions about Section 199A have been front and center. The Treasury and IRS recently released new information about the application of provisions of 199A.
After reading his article, see Ed Zollars at
Tax Conference 2018 where he'll lead sessions on entertainment and meal deductions, a new deduction for pass-through entities, partnership tax, and small-business accounting method changes.
|#@&! Profanity in the workplace: What are employer responsibilities?
CPA Practice Advisor
Does it seem like more people are using &@#* profanity? Turns out, cursing in the workplace can become a much larger issue -- and not only because it's unprofessional.
|Minnesota Supreme Court denies application of resident trust tax
Grant Thornton LLP
In July, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued a ruling on Fielding v. Commissioner of Revenue, and the decision may change the way some irrevocable trusts are taxed.
|IRS releases 2018-19 per diem rates
Journal of Accountancy
On Oct. 1, the new per diem rates went into effect. Find out what was updated, including transportation, meal and incidental expenses, incidental-expenses-only, and high-cost localities.
|Gen Z: In the game
Gen Z is the next generation to enter the workforce. While it may be tempting to lump all youngsters together, this group is decidedly different from Millennials -- especially when it comes to recruiting and retaining.
|Reporting charitable contributions on client tax returns explained
The amount of charitable contributions individuals can deduct is limited depending on where the contributions were made. Take an in-depth look at rules and limitations affecting charitable donations.
|Tips to plan your 2019 marketing technology investment
It's time to create your annual budget, but have you thought through your marketing and technology needs? See how expanding to digital can grow your client base.
|Think the volume of accounting rules keeps growing? It isn't your imagination
Ever wonder just how long the Accounting Standards Codification would be when printed? Hint, don't hit print.
Podcast: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for individuals
In this episode, Drake Software's federal tax manager and lead tax analyst discuss Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes that affect individuals.