An Introduction to the Supervisorial Approval of Penalties Under Internal Revenue Code Section 6751(b)
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An Introduction to the Supervisorial Approval of Penalties Under Internal Revenue Code Section 6751(b)

Internal Revenue Code (the IRC or the Code) §6751(b)’s supervisory approval requirement has been a hotly litigated issue over the past few years. This article will introduce you to §6751(b) and help explain how supervisory approval is obt... Frank Agostino and Phillip J. Colasanto

The IRS Is Moving the Crypto Disclosure Question to the Front of Form 1040: Here Is What You Need to Know.
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The IRS Is Moving the Crypto Disclosure Question to the Front of Form 1040: Here Is What You Need to Know.

Cryptocurrency Question Moved to the First Page of Form 1040 New for the 2020 tax year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) asks taxpayers on the very first page of Form 1040 the following disclosure question:... Zac McClure and Barrett Strickland

Reasonable Compensation: What Is It, Why Is It, and How the Heck Do We Get Our Clients to Understand It?
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Reasonable Compensation: What Is It, Why Is It, and How the Heck Do We Get Our Clients to Understand It?

We doubt reasonable compensation compliance was part of your New Year’s resolution. However, the beginning of the year is the best time to address reasonable compensation with your clients. Getting all your ducks in a row now will make the end of the ... Paul S. Hamann and Jack Salewski, CPA

CARES Act and Retirement Plan Distributions
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CARES Act and Retirement Plan Distributions

As with so many things in 2020, the tax laws changed in regard to distributions from various types of retirement plans. Just as we were getting comfortable with the changes made at the end of 2019 under the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECUR... Kathryn M. Morgan, EA, USTCP

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