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  • Supreme Court Rules Severance Pay Can Be Taxed
    The U.S. Supreme Court decided in favor of the Obama administration in a dispute over taxes on severance compensation, overturning a lower court decision that could have forced the IRS to refund more than $1 billion, reports Accounting Today.
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  • Three Missourians Recognized Nationally for CPA Examination Performance
    Bridget Han, Caleb Harris, and Nathan Hutson have been named winners of the 2013 Elijah Watt Sells Award for obtaining a cumulative average score above 95.50 across all four sections of the CPA exam. Harris is also the current MSCPA Student of the Year. Congratulations to these outstanding exam passers!
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  • Skip These Outlandish Tax Deductions
    Bankrate has compiled eight outrageous tax deductions real clients have tried to claim, including stories from MSCPA members Joe Marchbein, Tom Parr and Howard Rosen. Take a quick break from busy season and enjoy a laugh!
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  • Use a Task Map to Improve Your Team’s Performance
    If your team is functioning unevenly and its esprit de corps isn’t what you’d hoped, it’s time for you to ask yourself whether your people are deployed optimally. Employees’ skills and interests can evolve, as can the goals of your group, so misalignment can occur over time, explains the Harvard Business Review.
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  • Ted Williamson, CPA, previews topics that will be covered at the School Audit Conference on May 9.

  • Learn about customized insurance benefit options available to you and your company through MSCPA.

  • See what you missed last year, and save the date for the 2014 Annual Members Convention on Jun. 5-6!

  • Don Danner, CPA, CGMA and 2013-14 MSCPA Board Chair, welcomes you to all the MSCPA has to offer.

  • One question, five answers: Why is it a good time to be a CPA?

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