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Mar 23, 2023

Natural disasters create a great deal of anxiety for all involved. Disaster tax relief in the form of tax return delays and casualty loss provisions are meant to ease some of that anxiety, but uncertainty surrounding some of the relief can cause confusion.

On this Tax Section Odyssey episode, April Walker, CPA, CGMA,

Mar 9, 2023

Another busy season is upon the profession. With several tumultuous tax seasons in the recent past, the 2023 tax filing season is shaping up to be relatively normal, a welcomed changed for taxpayers, tax practitioners and the IRS. Normalcy doesn’t exactly equate to status quo, however. There are new rules, new...

Feb 22, 2023

Rev. Proc. 2022-19 appears in the Internal Revenue Bulletin 2022-41 for Oct. 11, 2022, and provides taxpayer assistance procedures to allow S corporations and their shareholders to resolve frequently encountered issues without requesting a private letter ruling (PLR) issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).


Feb 8, 2023

ESG is becoming an increasingly familiar acronym, standing for environmental, social and governance. Similarly, ESG analysis has become an increasingly important part of the tax compliance process and, for CPAs, it’s a key area to understand as part of a taxpayer’s overall financial snapshot.

On this Tax Section...

Jan 25, 2023

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), P.L. 115-97, imposed a $10,000 limitation on individual taxpayers for the deduction of state and local taxes (SALT) for tax years 2018 through 2025. In response, many states enacted laws allowing (or mandating) passthrough entities (PTEs) to pay the taxes at the entity level instead.