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    1. Congress Introduces Bill to Have IRS Automatically Fill out Tax Forms

      Congress Introduces Bill to Have IRS Automatically Fill out Tax Forms

      A pair of Congressmen have introduced legislation that would allow the Internal Revenue Service to provide taxpayers with a tax form already containing information received from employers and banks to streamline the tax prep process. Bill Foster Like what you see? Click here to sign up for Accounting Today's daily newsletter to get the latest news and behind the scenes commentary you won't find anywhere else. The two Illinois Democrats, Rep. Bill Foster and Mike Quigley, introduced the Autofill

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    2. PCAOB Could Toughen Auditor Rules after KPMG Insider Trading Case

      PCAOB Could Toughen Auditor Rules after KPMG Insider Trading Case

      The high-profile insider trading case involving a KPMG lead audit partner could add fresh impetus to a Public Company Accounting Oversight Board proposal for auditors to add their names to audited financial statements. The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Justice Department filed charges against Scott London, the former partner in charge of KPMG’s Pacific Southwest audit practice, for providing inside information on five client companies, including Herbalife and Skechers, to a golfing

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    3. Look Before You Leap from an S to a C Corporation

      Look Before You Leap from an S to a C Corporation

      It might be tempting for small business owners, and their advisors, to contemplate the higher tax rates on individuals spawned by the American Tax Relief Act, and conclude that switching their S corporation to a C corporation makes sense. Like what you see? Click here to sign up for Accounting Today's daily newsletter to get the latest news and behind the scenes commentary you won't find anywhere else. ATRA, passed to avert the fiscal cliff, raised tax rates for highest income individuals to 39.

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    4. 10 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes

      10 Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes

      Most people only grow old and die once, which means, generally, that they only need one estate plan -- and anything you do only once, you’re likely to do poorly. That’s why it’s important for wealth managers and financial advisors and estate planners to help their clients get it right the first (and only) time. Here are 10 mistakes your clients can make when setting aside wealth for future heirs, as noted by our colleagues at Financial Planning. « Prev Next » Back to Album Tax Stats: May 2013 Ou

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    5. Charities Worried about Cap on Tax Deductions

      Charities Worried about Cap on Tax Deductions

      A coalition of charities has expressed concerns about a Senate budget proposal that could potentially place a limit on charitable deductions. John Ashmen Like what you see? Click here to sign up for Accounting Today's daily newsletter to get the latest news and behind the scenes commentary you won't find anywhere else. The group, known as the Charitable Giving Coalition, includes United Way Worldwide, the Salvation Army, Catholic Charities USA, the American Institute for Cancer Research and othe

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