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IRS announces multi-year plan to update, modernize IT systems; Effort focused on improved taxpayer services, expanded cybersecurity and taxpayer data protections
The Internal Revenue Service released today a six-year plan to modernize the agency’s Information Technology systems and improve a variety of taxpayer services critical to the nation’s tax system. The plan outlines a bold strategy to enable...
An Investment Expert's Advice on Income Tax Planning
Income tax planning is a year-round and continuous evaluation for your clients. Although their tax returns are not due until April 15, without extensions, it is important to make sure you assist them throughout the year. A little extra help will...
Tony Cirone Quoted in Connecticut Post piece "Pass the SALT - It's Tax Day"
Tony Cirone, partner at CironeFriedberg (with offices in Bethel, Bridgeport, and Stamford), was quoted in the Connecticut Post article "Pass the SALT. It's Tax Day." Read the full article.
CTCPA Executive Director Bonnie Stewart testifies before Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee April 10 public hearing
CTCPA Executive Director Bonnie Stewart testifies before the Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee April 10 public hearing. Video courtesy of CT Public Affairs Network, Inc.   CTCPA Executive Director Bonnie Stewart recently testified before...
CTCPA Advisory Council member Michael Maksymiw Jr. featured on NBC CT's "Tax Procrastinators Take Notice"
People who have yet to have their taxes prepared that they may have a tough time finding an accountant to help at this late date.
IRS, Security Summit partners mark significant progress against identity theft; key taxpayer protection trends continue
The Internal Revenue Service and the Security Summit partners today announced new results from 2018 that show major progress in the fight against tax-related identity theft and added protection for thousands of taxpayers and billions of...
New York's 'Temporary' Millionaire Tax Extended 5 More Years
New York’s “millionaire tax” was meant to be temporary, with a short three-year life, when it took effect back in 2009, a response to the financial crisis. But now, 10 years later, the state budget Governor Andrew Cuomo just signed into law has...