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IRS urges tax professionals, taxpayers to protect tax software accounts with multi-factor authentication
The IRS and its Security Summit partners today called on tax professionals and taxpayers to use the free, multi-factor authentication feature being offered on tax...
Help staff let off steam during busy season
As accounting teams trudge into the long winter months, laboring to make hard busy season deadlines, it can help to turn down the pressure from time to time. We asked...
Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week Runs Feb. 3-6: Resources You Need to Know
Tax identity thieves and IRS imposters are ready for tax season, whether you are or not. Join the FTC and its partners for Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week to find out...
CT Voices proposes major state tax shift to reverse inequality
A leading child advocacy group challenged state leaders Wednesday to reverse escalating income and wealth inequality and provide tax relief for up to 90% of Connecticut by...
These 9 new Connecticut laws take effect on Jan. 1
New taxes for consumers, a tax break for businesses and changes that will mean fewer trips to the Department of Motor Vehicles are among the new laws that will take effect...
6 Ways to Market Your Tax Preparation Services
Frequently, CPAs look down on marketing as being unprofessional or feel that they simply don’t have the time or resources to do it. But the truth of the matter is that...
6 steps to a better busy season
Busy season can be the most lucrative time of year for many firms, but it can also be a stressful period that threatens to leave your team burned out by April. To avoid...
New Real Estate Conveyance Tax Return Posted
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) has finalized a new CT Form OP-236, Connecticut Real Estate Conveyance Tax Return, that includes a 2D Bar Code. The...
IRS reminds tax professionals of tasks to get ready for 2020
The IRS today reminded tax professionals to review their e-Services account to ensure all contact information is accurate and to add or remove users. Reviewing e-Services...
Kiplinger: CT, NY are 2nd and 3rd least-tax-friendly states
Connecticut and New York are respectively the second- and third-least-tax-friendly states in the nation, according to the latest annual ranking by personal finance...