|MAP Survey results released for Minnesota
AICPA and CPA.com
The 2018 MAP Survey results for the Midwest region and Minnesota are now online. See if your firm is competitive when it comes to compensation, recruiting and average billing rates.
|Managing client expectations for tax reform
Thomas J. Shroyer, J.D.
You might be wondering if your clients' expectations for tax planning in the wake of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 are going beyond what's reasonable. Here's how to walk that tightrope.
|Leaders' stress becomes everyone's stress: Here's how you can set a better example
With busy season comes a ton of stress -- and, sometimes, stress can get the better of you. But, a leader's attitude is also contagious. Find out how to send the right signals while under pressure.
|IRS issues final rules on adequate substantiation of charitable contributions
The Tax Adviser
The IRS published final regulations that implement changes made in 2004 and 2006 to the reporting rules for charitable contributions under Sec. 170. See how these changes may impact your clients.
Podcast: Effects of Section 199A on pass-through entities
Saying there's been confusion around the new Section 199A qualified business income (QBI) deduction would be an understatement -- so Taxing Subjects Podcast invited Drake Software tax analysts to discuss what's in REG-107892-18, and what isn't.
|Simplify your life before busy season
Hugh Duffy, MBA
From office to home, now is the time to start preparing -- and simplifying -- your life. Make sure you don't miss any aspects with these tips.
|401(k) and retirement plan limits for tax year 2019
Your clients and employees will soon be updating their 401(k) plans, and the IRS recently announced adjustments for retirement-related items for 2019. Find out what the limits are for next year.
|Shining the spotlight on the CPA profession
The MNCPA is shining the spotlight on you, our members, and the hard work you do for your clients. Here's what's to come for Tax Campaign 2019.
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|How to use Outlook's Mailbox Cleanup to find old mail and AutoArchive
Shh. No one's looking. How many old emails do you have hanging around in that long list of folders and the deleted -- but not gone forever -- bin? Try out these tips for organizing items in your inbox.
|With a Small Business Administration loan, Sota Clothing opened new headquarters
Your small-business clients may not even be aware that they could be eligible for an SBA loan. Advise them about this opportunity that isn't limited only to startups.