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In the blogs: Surprising numbers

Making partners bill; more distribution guidance; NATP winners; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

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IRS Commissioner addresses tax pros on unprecedented tax season

IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig expressed his appreciation to tax professionals Tuesday for their cooperation during the extended tax season that was prolonged by the novel coronavirus pandemic and pledged to deliver any future stimulus payments approved by Congress.

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Preparing for the potential for fraud in the PPP

The speed and scale of the Paycheck Protection Program made it particularly susceptible to fraud, explains Juliette Gust, a forensic accountant and founder of Ethics Suite — and that means businesses need to take steps to protect themselves.

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IRS issues rules for net operating losses in consolidated groups

The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department released proposed regulations and temporary regulations to offer guidance for consolidated groups on net operating losses in the wake of changes under both the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and ...

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Clarifying 5 common misconceptions about cost segregation

Cost segregation can be more complex than you think, depending on who owns the asset, how the property reports revenue, the nature of repairs and improvements made, and the depreciation time frame desired.

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New Taxpayer Advocate sees tax challenges from CARES Act

National Taxpayer Advocate Erin Collins released her first report to Congress Monday, discussing some of the difficulties confronting taxpayers and the IRS during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In the blogs: Phases on stun

Reopening and depreciation; cutting your AR; butts in seats; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

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