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Spending: A Checklist for Picking the Right Tax Preparer

View Detail A guide on how to make sure you find someone who is qualified and competent to file taxes.

7 Stats From Obama's Budget Proposal

View Detail Obama’s budget is more of a wish list than a final proposal, considering Congress is tasked with drawing up the official federal budget each fiscal year.

AICPA and CIMA Launch New Education Site for CGMAs

View Detail The AICPA | CIMA Competency and Learning website will equip CGMAs with the competencies required to maintain and improve their skills in today’s business environment.

Charitable Giving Continued to Climb in 2014

View Detail Charitable donations increased for the third consecutive year, and small organizations performed particularly well, according to Blackbaud’s annual report tracking nonprofit fundraising trends.

IRS: No Penalties For Late Repayments Of The Premium Tax Credit

View Detail The premium tax credit is part of the insurance reform of Obamacare and is only available to those taxpayers who purchased minimum essential health coverage on an insurance exchange.

Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert Shatters Glass Ceiling at the Big Four

View Detail Deloitte LLP made a historic move by naming Cathy Engelbert as the first female CEO of a Big Four accounting firm.

IRS Makes it Easier for Small Businesses to Apply Repair Regulations

View Detail The Internal Revenue Service today made it easier for small business owners to comply with the final tangible property regulations.

Wyden: Two Bills to Help Brewers, Others Advance

View Detail Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden said a segment of the state’s economy that ranges from brewers to cider-makers and vintners to distillers is well-positioned to benefit from two bipartisan bills passed Wednesday in the Senate Finance Committee.

IRS Form 3115: a Sin and a Travesty

View Detail Form 3115 is used to adopt a change in accounting method and, in this case, the change gets an automatic approved acceptance by the IRS so no oversight or permission is needed.

Members Approve Proposed Amendments to Society and Chapter Bylaws

View Detail OSCPA Regular members recently voted and approved the proposed amendments to the Society and Chapter Bylaws that were distributed on December 30, 2014.