Thomas Hurt, CFP(R),EA |3||5/3/2016 1:04 PM|
Can anyone out there share some feedback (positive or negative) on Drake Software? Also, if someone has recently gone through a conversion from Lacerte to Drake I would very much like to hear how the transition went/is going? My office is looking to make a decision by the end of the month. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help/feedback.
|John Bellotti||5/5/2016 9:30 AM||No|
Laura Hipes, CPA |2||10/29/2015 3:18 PM|
Now I have a room (Nov 4 only.) Let me know if you're interested in sharing (female) a room (Wed night only.)
|Laura Hipes, CPA||11/2/2015 5:18 PM||No|
Susan Ruechel DePuy, EA |0||10/7/2015 9:38 PM|
Does anyone use Tax Professionals, endorsed by NATP, for your website with secure file transfer and credit card services?
|10/7/2015 9:38 PM||No|
Karen Kincaid, EA |1||7/30/2015 11:13 PM|
what is the hotel in peoria theat the state traning is going to be at this year
|Charlotte M Miller, EA||8/6/2015 3:03 PM||No|
Janice Tilley |1||7/2/2015 10:37 AM|
I have a client who is a California resident. He owns property in Illinois and recently formed an LLC and put the property in it. It is residential real estate that he rents out and farmland that he rents out. My question is, does he need to file anything in Illinois or report the income on his California return?
|Wendi E Olson Ramsay, CPA,EA||7/2/2015 4:21 PM||No|
Brian Wilcox |0||3/19/2015 8:05 PM|
I am in Iowa and need to file an Illinois partnership. .the partners live in Iowa and Wisconsin....the income is derived from a farm in Illinois.
It appears that the partnership is required to pay a net replacement tax and my software is also computing a pass through withholding payment. Are these both requirements?
I would like to verify this information before filing the return. The partnership was formed in Wisconsin. It is the first time filing for this partnership. I know the partners will be required to file Illinois returns.
|3/19/2015 8:05 PM||No|
Marilyn J Bailey, AFSP |0||2/19/2015 3:22 PM|
I have a client that has a W-2 where the federal income is greater than the Illinois income by 6700. When I questioned him he was told that the federal had imputed income for your domestic partner insurance premiums (opposite sex) and they are exempt from Illinois income. I can't find anything relating to this on the IDR website or anywhere else. There is no where on the Sch M to take care of this. Is it exempt from Illinois income tax? If so where would it be deducted on the return?
|2/19/2015 3:22 PM||No|
Wendi E Olson Ramsay, CPA,EA |3||10/20/2014 9:47 AM|
Illinois 2014 Conference Registration is now open.
To register, go to the www.napttax.com, select Chapters, NATP Chapters, select Illinois, and select Education (just below the heading Illinois Chapter). The 3rd bullet is the online registration.
See you in November
|Dennis O Thiel, CFP(R),CPA||11/12/2014 9:53 AM||No|
Rod Bruner, EA |1||9/25/2014 2:57 PM|
We received advertisement for the IL NATP Conference November 19th, 29th, & 21st. When I log in and go to resources in Illinois Chapeter, it tells me to look for September, no September letter and it 9/25. You would think there has to be an easier way to sign up for a convention.
|Charlotte M Miller, EA||10/9/2014 6:17 PM||No|
Nikki Garry, AFSP |1||10/6/2014 2:38 PM|
Hello! Does anyone have the times for our Nov annual conference? I'm trying to plan ahead and clear my schedule...
|Charlotte M Miller, EA||10/9/2014 6:15 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |1||9/27/2013 11:41 AM|
Please use this discussion board for discussions specifically relating to the Chapter, state or local tax discussions.
For general discussion items relating to business management, federal tax or education, please use the discussion board located under Member Center>Community.
|Larry Walter Case||1/21/2014 4:01 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |0||12/6/2013 10:25 AM|
With tax season fast approaching, remember your Chapter discussion board can be a great resource for state and local tax issues as well as utilizing the state tax volunteers.
Megan Sonicksen, NATP Tax Communications
|12/6/2013 10:25 AM||No|