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  • Evolving Practice Monitoring to Improve Quality in A&A Engagements
    A new approach to practice monitoring for the future aims to deter and prevent quality issues in accounting, auditing, and attestation engagements with the help of a new technological tool being created for peer reviewers and firms, reports the Journal of Accountancy. The AICPA has released a concept paper describing a vision for the future of practice monitoring and is seeking feedback on that vision.
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  • Filing Season Complications Loom
    The 2015 tax filing season “will be one of the most complicated filing seasons we’ve ever had,” IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said in a keynote address at the AICPA National Tax Conference in Washington, reported by the Journal of Accountancy.
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  • Judge Dismisses AICPA Lawsuit Against IRS
    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the IRS by the AICPA over its new program offering voluntary education and testing of non-CPA tax preparers, reports Accounting Today.
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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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  • Are You Looking for Part-Time Tax Assistance?
    If your firm needs part-time help during the upcoming busy season, place your opportunities for FREE on the MSCPA Career Center! Post your complimentary ad today.
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