Announcing the 19th Annual Accounting & Tax Symposium

This year’s 19th Annual Accounting & Tax Symposium (formerly LITPS) will again be virtual and national. Based on the success of the first virtual event last year, ATS is offering relevant & timely topics, nationally recognized speakers, an enhanced Lunch & Learn for networking, and up to 32 CPE Credits! ATS has spent hundreds of hours enhancing your Tax Symposium to make this a memorable event with the quality and exceptional education experience that you deserve. The event will take place on November 9, 12, 16, and 18, 2021.

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NCCPAP Issues an Update from the IRS

NCCPAP Tax Chair, Steve Mankowski, CPA, recently attended the June 2021 IRS meeting. You can read his recap below, highlighting several topics including large corporate compliance audits, child tax credit updates, passport revocation update, and the marijuana industry.

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NCCPAP Shares June President’s Message

NCCPAP recently held its National Quarterly Conference on June 7-9, 2021. Our summary of important topics includes: meetings with congress and the IRS, national officers and return to in-person meetings, expansion of scholarships and academic articles for members.

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NCCPAP Issues an Update from the IRS

NCCPAP Tax Chair, Steve Mankowski, CPA, recently attended the May 2021 IRS meeting. You can read his recap below, highlighting several topics including filing season statistics, restaurant revitalization, and Small Business/Self-Employed Division updates.

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NCCPAP Issues an Update from the IRS

NCCPAP Tax Chair, Steve Mankowski, CPA, recently attended the April 2021 IRS meeting. You can read his recap below, highlighting several topics including an Update on the New Tax Pro Account Release and a Spotlight on Criminal Investigation Programs.

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NCCPAP in the News

NCCPAP is gaining more and more visibility in the media. Over the past several months, NCCPAP Board Members and our CPA member experts have been tapped as trusted sources for tax and regulatory information and advocacy. Some recent examples include New York Times, Accounting Today, Fox Business, & Newsday.

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NCCPAP Issues an Update from the IRS

NCCPAP Tax Chair, Steve Mankowski, CPA, recently attended the March 2021 IRS meeting. You can read his recap below, highlighting several topics including Current Filing Statistics, Improvements to The Taxpayer Experience, and COVID-related Retirement Plan Relief.

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The National Accounting & Tax Symposium is Back

You’re Invited! This year’s 19th Annual Accounting & Tax Symposium (formerly LITPS) will again be virtual. Based on the success of our first virtual event last year, we are offering relevant & timely topics, nationally recognized speakers, an enhanced Lunch & Learn for networking, and up to 32 CPE Credits! We have spent hundreds of hours enhancing your Tax Symposium to make this a memorable event with the quality and exceptional education experience that you deserve. The event will take place on November 9, 12, 16, and 18, 2021.

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NCCPAP Writes an Open Letter to the Treasury and the IRS

The National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP) previously sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Yellen, IRS Commissioner Rettig and Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Mazur requesting that the April 15 due date be extended to June 15, 2021. At this time, NCCPAP is requesting that they reconsider this recommendation—not just for the personal income tax returns, but for ALL returns and payments that would be due April 15.

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NCCPAP Congratulates the Treasury & IRS for Deadline Extension

NCCPAP congratulates the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the IRS for their decision to extend the April 15 deadline for filing. “The past year has been extremely trying for everyone, especially for those who prepare income tax returns and advise businesses,” says Mark Stewart, CPA, National President of NCCPAP. He continues, “Since the beginning of the COVID crisis, CPAs have been under extreme pressure helping both our small business and individual clients with various government programs, as well as recent tax law changes, and how they can make use of them. Furthermore, the recent effect of the exemption of the first $10,200 of unemployment compensation for lower income taxpayers has been a monumental change—one rarely seen in March, in the middle of tax season—that retroactively changes prior year tax law. Practitioners as well as software providers desperately needed this extra time to adjust for these changes.”

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