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The IRS Suffers A Major Setback In Its Ability To Regulate Attorneys And CPAs
(Forbes) - Court decisions now open the proverbial floodgates for additional challenges to the authority of the IRS to regulate tax professionals not directly engaged in legal proceedings before the IRS. This means tax advice, tax preparation, and a variety of other tax practices performed by attorneys and certified public accountants (“CPAs”) may no longer place them under the regulatory control of the IRS.
Six Tips for Using Existing Data More Wisely
(CGMA) - Organisations are collecting more data than ever before and processing them in new ways in an effort to improve their businesses. But often they are not using the data in the right way — if they are using them at all.
5 Lesser-Known Email Etiquette Rules You Might Be Breaking
(US News and World Report) - The finer points of sending work emails without being annoying.
Wealthier New Yorkers Aren’t Fleeing the City for Tax Havens, a Study Says
(NY Times) - Sean Hannity, the Fox News prime-time host, threatened last month to leave New York for a tax haven down south. Tiger Woods transplanted himself from California to Florida for the same reason. The actor Gerard Depardieu decamped from France and sought citizenship in Russia...
U.S. Senate Panel to Debate Wave of Corporate Tax-avoidance Deals
(Reuters) - As more U.S. corporations do deals to cut taxes by shifting their tax domiciles overseas, the Senate Finance Committee will hold a hearing on Tuesday focused on these transactions known as inversions.
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