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March

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IRS Requires EIN Updates : All EIN Information Must Be Updated with IRS

IRS Requires EIN Updates The IRS has revised the regulations that require all taxpayers with employer identification numbers (EIN) to update their information with the IRS. The new regulations will take effect on Jan. 1, 2014 and apply to all entities or persons possessing an EIN. EINs are issued by the IRS to basically all … Continued

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March

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Alexander Thompson Arnold CPAs Celebrates Team Achievements : ATA Team Members Recognized for Promotions and Passing the CPA Exam

Alexander Thompson Arnold CPAs Announces Team Member Achievements February 19, 2013 Alexander Thompson Arnold CPAs is proud to announce its team members who have earned promotions and have passed the Uniform CPA Examination. “ATA’s mission is to help our clients succeed. Our team members continually excel in the accounting industry and provide the highest quality accounting and … Continued

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March

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AICPA Summary of US Office of Management and Budget Proposed Broad Revisions to OMB Circular A-133 : AICPA Governmental Audit Quality Center Summary of OMB Proposed Guidance

AICPA Governmental Audit Quality Center Summary of OMB Proposed Guidance Released January 31, 2013 The federal government spends more than $600 billion annually in the form of grants and cooperative agreements. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the federal agencies have been talking for some time about how grant policies can be … Continued

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March

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Individuals Can Start Filing Taxes January 30 : January 30 Starts the 2013 Tax Filing Season

January 30 Starts the 2013 Tax Filing Season   Beginning Wednesday, Janurary 30, individuals can start filing their 2012 taxes.  However, the IRS has announced delays for returns that contain more than 30 other forms, because the forms must be updated and systems for processing them tested.  A date will be announced when returns containing … Continued

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March

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2012 Taxpayer Relief Act Summary

2012 Taxpayer Relief Act Summary The 2012 Taxpayer Relief Act prevents many of the tax hikes that were scheduled to go into effect this year and retain many favorable tax breaks that were scheduled to expire. However, it also increases income taxes for some high-income individuals and slightly increases transfer tax rates. Highlights of the … Continued

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