Governor Greitens has signed into law SB 395, which brings Missouri in line with the Uniform Accountancy Act. Thank you to all MOCPA members for contacting him and their legislators, encouraging them to support this bill.
The IRS has reopened its preparer tax identification number (PTIN) registration system, allowing tax return preparers to apply for or renew PTINs. The system had been offline since early June, after a federal district court held that the IRS cannot charge a user fee for issuing or renewing PTINs.
Get an update on current federal tax developments as of June 19 from Ed Zollars, CPA.
Aug. 7-10, 2017
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Gather with fellow CPAs in your niche area to assess critical challenges and exchange ideas in a peer-led discussion. Leave with enhanced knowledge and an enriched network. The conversation starts with you!
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Each chapter hosts unique networking events to foster member connection. Join a chapter task force to collaborate with your peers and help determine future activities and programs.
This daily quick-read update and analysis of the news that may affect you and your business remains one of the most widely used resources among MOCPA members. Prepared by economist Dr. Chris Kuehl, the Brief provides a detailed assessment of the business environment and competitive landscape, giving you strategic and tactical guidance.