MNCPA Perspectives

CPA credentialing: The times they are a-changin'
January 23, 2020  |  By Linda Wedul
It’s no surprise that technology is significantly impacting the accounting profession. Some of the technologies changing the very nature of how accounting is done include... Read more
A tale of two Form W-4s
January 21, 2020  |  By Corey Butler
When it comes to taxes and tax planning, it’s often the case of, “Out with the old, in with the new.” But, sometimes... Read more
Listen to the music: Your tax season playlist
January 14, 2020  |  By Kinzie Jensen
For more reasons to smile at work — especially during stressful, busy times like tax season — consider popping in your ear buds... Read more
Not-for-profits receive a welcome year-end gift: A repeal of the parking lot tax
January 7, 2020  |  By Faye Hayhurst, CPA
Since the end of 2017, a hot topic of conversation for not-for-profit leaders and the CPAs who serve them has revolved around a particular provision within the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act... Read more
2019 tax law reveals significant issues for some taxpayers
December 18, 2019  |  By Geno Fragnito
Earlier this year, I wrote about how your expertise can help clarify Minnesota's 2019 tax law changes. This post ran shortly after... Read more
Giving to the max has its tax benefits on Minnesota returns
November 8, 2019  |  By Carolyn LaViolette
Minnesotans give generously to local charities every year. Charitable donations bring... Read more
Finding qualified staff: A new approach
October 31, 2019  |  By Linda Wedul
Are we looking for the unicorn employee and then disappointed when one can’t be found? To help address the staffing challenge, each business should... Read more
Calculated risk
October 1, 2019  |  By Faye Hayhurst, CPA
Who do business people call when they need help with calculating just about anything? Their CPA, of course! But when it comes to evaluating where their own risks lie, do CPAs fully... Read more

 
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