Month: December 2021

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Chief tax officers are anticipating some major developments in the New Year when it comes to international taxation, mergers and acquisitions, technology, talent and more, according to a recent survey from KPMG. KPMG’s 3rd Annual Chief Tax Officer Outlook polled 126 CTOs from companies across various industries about global taxes, M&A, tech, hiring, sustainability, and
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Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images New Year’s Day luck could end up making a Powerball player a few hundred million dollars richer.  No ticket matched all six numbers drawn Wednesday, which means the jackpot has climbed higher: It’s an advertised $483 million for Saturday night’s drawing, up from $441 million. The top prize
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Keep it in the black; employment shuffle; distrust; and other highlights of recent tax cases. New York: Jordan Sudberg has pleaded guilty to tax evasion for 2015 through 2017 in connection with false deductions. The deductions were part of a scheme involving hundreds of business checks purporting to be payments for business services, which he
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Internal auditors have been forced by the COVID-19 pandemic to work remotely in large part over the past two years, and with the spread of variants like Delta and Omicron, that pattern is likely to continue next year. A recent report from the Institute of Internal Auditors’ Internal Audit Foundation and technology provider AuditBoard report
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The Internal Revenue Service has been stepping up its efforts to provide tax information and resources to taxpayers with limited English proficiency and visual impairments, but more work is needed, according to a new report. The report, released Monday by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, noted that in January, the IRS sent a
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U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images After making payments on her student loans since 2005, Karen Tongson is finally free of her debt. In November, Tongson, an English and gender studies professor, signed into her loan account and discovered her balance had fallen from $47,000 to $0, thanks to
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The biz climate in all 50; extend them not; when partners won’t commit; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers. Too much money TaxProf Blog (http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/): Favorite opening of the week: “There is too much money in American politics, and too much of it comes from too few citizens.” A new tack argues that
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Sensiba San Filippo LLP, a Regional Leader based in Pleasanton, California, is adding SGA CPAs & Consultants LLP, a firm based in Bend, Oregon, effective Dec. 15, 2021. The deal will expand Sensiba’s presence in Oregon, giving SSF more access to the state’s agricultural industry clients, along with its growing venture capital and technology sectors.