In December 2018, NCCPAP participated in a conference call with the IRS concerning issues affected by the IRS redaction of transcripts. Upon initially hearing about the IRS redacting proposal, a few months ago, NCCPAP immediately suggested the IRS simply put the unredacted information into the taxpayer representative’s e-Services secure mailbox. NCCPAP is proud to announce that effective January 7, 2019, Wage & Income (W&I) transcripts can be obtained in an unredacted format.
NCCPAP Immediate Past President, Steve Mankowski, CPA, recently attended the November 2018 IRS NPL meeting. Highlights of the meeting include the IRS Advisory Council Report (Now Available), WebEx Goes Prime Time, Secure Access for Tax Professionals, and a Filing Season Update.
NCCPAP Immediate Past President, Stephen Mankowski, CPA, recently attended the October 2018 IRS NPL meeting. Highlights of this month’s meeting include a ‘Meet and Greet’ with Commissioner Rettig, PTIN Update, and Tax Reform Implementation Office Update.
Accounting Today editor-in-chief, Daniel Hood, recently interviewed NCCPAP President, Stephen Mankowski, CPA, to discuss some of the major tax changes, issues, concerns and uncertainty for individuals and businesses. Podcasts highlight include: 199A Deductions for Pass-Through Entities, Determination of Meals and Entertainment, and IRS TRIO.
NCCPAP President, Stephen Mankowski, recently returned from the July 2018 NPL meeting. Highlights of this month’s meeting include updates on Appeals, FTD Alerts, Security, and more. Check back monthly for new information.
NCCPAP President, Steve Mankowski, recently attended the May 2018 IRS NPL meeting, which covered Strategic Planning, an RPO Update, Cybersecurity and more. Check back soon for the recap of the June 2018 meeting, which will be taking place on June 21.
NCCPAP President, Stephen Mankowski, recently returned from the January 2018 NPL meeting. Highlights of this month’s meeting include the Passport Revocation Program, Practitioner Priority Service Faux Pas, and Quarterly Estimate Complications. Regarding the Passport Revocation Program, the PATH Act of 2015 grants the IRS authority to request the Department of State (DOS) revoke passports from individuals with a specific tax debt; the same act authorizes the IRS to utilize outside debt collectors. This program is for those who are seriously delinquent on their taxes-in excess of $50K (plus inflation).
NCCPAP’s Executive Vice President, Neil H. Fishman, CPA, CFE, FCPA, CAMS, recently presented some highlights of the new 2018 Tax Bill to an audience of business professionals at The Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce on January 10, 2018. He began his presentation with a brief history of the bill, called H.R.1, and how quickly it became law, and then discussed some highlights that apply to corporations and individuals.