Suspension of Automated Notices

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According to Accounting Today, the IRS will suspend more than a dozen automated letters it sends out to taxpayers, including collection notices, balance due notices and unfiled tax return notices, until it catches up on its backlog of unprocessed returns. Questions: Why is it doing this? A coalition of tax professionals was instrument in promoting… Read more »

Changes are coming in the CPA exam

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According to Adrienne Gonzalez, you need to avoid the hype surrounding upcoming changes in the CPA exam and map out a strategy that uses your strengths.  One change that is occurring is the format of simulations, which will be trimmed down to “simlets.” Instead of getting one topic, you have a better chance of doing… Read more »