Magazine article The CPA Journal

In This Issue: January 2017

Magazine article The CPA Journal

In This Issue: January 2017

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With the new year comes the busiest season for many CPAs. In this issue, we turn our attention to the oncoming tax filing season, with all the attendant issues and complexities it brings for preparers. Our feature articles this month are drawn from a recent conference covering issues in dealing with the IRS. The highlights run the gamut, from dealing with new clients that have little or no documentation or filing history to filing returns and negotiating with the IRS. There is also ample discussion of the downsides-dealing with bankrupt clients, preparer penalties, and even criminal charges.

Also covered in this issue are a variety of state and local taxation topics. Mark Klein and Dan Kelly provide a thorough overview of the challenges faced by "snowbird" taxpayers seeking to change their residency from New York to Florida. Jason Feingertz and Jonathan Nehring review the strange case of Tennessee's "jock tax" on outof-state athletes, which was challenged as unconstitutional. …

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