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  • GASB Considers Closer Monitoring of Tax Revenue Lost to Development Subsidies
    GASB is considering a proposal that would require governmental entities to publish an annual accounting of the tax revenue lost to economic development subsidies. MSCPA government relations consultant Chuck Pierce comments on the proposal in this St. Louis Post-Dispatch article.
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  • Utilize Guidance on Revised Repair Regs
    The AICPA has compiled resources regarding the IRS tangible property regulations that went into effect in 2014, in order to assist CPAs in understanding the implementation and reporting requirements involved.
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  • IRS Signals 2015 PPACA Compliance Issues
    The IRS has made several updates to the Internal Revenue Manual that provide insight on the notices and enforcement methods the Service will use next tax season to ensure taxpayers comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, reports the Journal of Accountancy.
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  • What Are the Biggest Issues Facing the Profession?
    Accounting Today asked some of the most influential people in accounting to explain what they think is the most important issue currently facing the profession. See their answers--thought-provoking, insightful, and sometimes controversial.
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  • Help Shape the Future of the CPA Exam
    The AICPA is seeking input on potential changes to the CPA exam to ensure the continued relevance of the exam to the profession and to the public. Review the proposed exam outline and submit your comments by Dec. 2.
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  • One question, five answers: Why do you choose to serve on an MSCPA committee?

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

  • MSCPA member and Kansas City Chiefs' CFO Dan Crumb explains how he puts his CGMA skill set into action.

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

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