The NSA magazine for "Main Street" Tax and Accounting Progessionals
Taxing the Gig Economy, Part 4: Artists, Musicians, and Makers who Cross Borders Should be Proactive to Avoid Major Tax Pitfalls
Tax exile ain’t easy. Consider the Rolling Stones. In 1971, the band left the U.K. for France to avoid the nearly 90 percent tax rate on individual income in the U.K. at the time.
Five Data Security Tips for Accounting Firms
In today’s world, accounting firms and tax practitioners must do everything they can to protect their client’s sensitive financial information.
Successful Strategies to Raise Your Fees
Ideally, accountants seeking more income from their practice (after tax season) will upgrade their business development effectiveness and attract more “A” level, higher profitability clients while culling their practice of low/no profit clients.
Justice Department Sends Stern Warning to Employers with Continuing Crackdown on Employment Tax Fraud
Ensuring that employers collect and pay over to the Internal Revenue Service taxes withheld from their employees’ wages is one of the highest priorities of the Justice Department’s Tax Division.
The Cloud is Here! Now, Where is It?
What type of cloud is right for me?
20-Steps to Pass with the NSA EA Exam Review Course
I understand the frustration of accountants and tax preparers who stress over, or avoid, the EA Exam, but remember that you will never pass the exam until you take it.
Claims relating to the accuracy of an accounting professional’s work can arise in connection with the performance of any service.
Bench Strength – What Accounting Firms Need to Succeed at Succession
Who is available to succeed accounting firm leaders on the cusp of retirement? Finding answers to this “sixty million dollar” question is keeping many senior level partners awake at night.