Maria Bulgarelli, RTRP |2||5/10/2016 3:52 PM|
I've ben in the tax industry for about 12 years now, but just recently joined the NATP.
I have a BSB in Accounting, Master's of Accounting, and am currently doing my PhD in Accounting.
Quick question. Does anyone have numbers on how many tax preparers there are in the US? I'd love to get some numbers relatively quickly since I kind of need it for a paper.
|Susan J Cartmill, CPA||5/17/2016 11:36 AM||No|
Irmarie Mercado, EA |10||8/3/2015 2:17 PM||Susan J Cartmill, CPA||11/2/2015 8:11 AM||No|
Gary Dale Keithley |7||4/7/2015 4:41 PM||Susan J Cartmill, CPA||9/30/2015 2:12 PM||No|
Donald G Jewkes, EA |3||3/31/2015 8:30 PM|
Does any body know if vehicle taxes in TX are tax deductible?
|Karen Coombes, EA||7/9/2015 12:14 AM||No|
Norman Fillmore, EA |1||8/7/2014 2:09 PM|
Is sales tax on new personal residence construction deductible? PPC 1040 Deskbook Key Issue 27A says no where the contractor paid the Tax.
But IRS Notice 2005-31 says if it is separately stated in a contact it is deductible. (I Think that's what it says).
The 1040 Instructions for this state it in a different way. Here it states that if your contractor can be considered your agent in your state Etc. Etc. then it is deductible (Even if you did not pay it directly- I think). NO MENTION IS MADE ABOUT A SEPARATED CONTRACT.
I did a Star search on the Comptroller's Website using "contractor acting as agent" and got Doc 8910L0992F05 which seems to say contactor cannot designate an agent... Not sure if that applies here.
All I have from the client so far on this is "Thats the amount my contractor told me he paid."
0811/14 - client advises it was a cost-plus contract and she got invoices from the contractor for materials that he paid -which included sales tax he paid.
Norm Fillmore EA Figer & Co. Austin, TX,
|Lisa Cantrell||12/9/2014 4:22 PM||No|
John Romero |0||10/29/2014 12:22 PM|
I understand the Conference "Meet-n-Greet" will be on
Thursday evening. Correct?
I am looking forward to meeting our NEW members.
|10/29/2014 12:22 PM||No|
William R Vogelpohl |2||12/27/2013 3:38 PM|
I received 16 cpe taking a two day course at the Tax Practitioner
Workshop office in College Station, TX. sponsored by the Texas Extension Education Foundation, Inc. Cost was $286.00
I cancelled the 1040 and Beyond classes for $359.00 by NATP.
May be something other Tax Preparers would want to check into.
These meeting are held all over the State.
|Brett A Rosser, EA||9/19/2014 3:47 PM||No|
John Romero |0||8/10/2014 3:06 PM|
Ready for some great industry content by some really good speakers. Texas chapter dinner tonight...El Patron...6pm...
|8/10/2014 3:06 PM||No|
Harry J Picou, EA |0||1/14/2014 4:18 PM|
I have a client who moved to Houston/Galveston area and has been randomly selected for a Schedule C audit. I cannot go to Houston, can anyone assist my former client? Please contact me, Harry J Picou III EA, firstname.lastname@example.org or 985/868-5002
|1/14/2014 4:18 PM||No|
Harry J Picou, EA |0||1/14/2014 4:15 PM|
I Have a client who moved to Houston/Galveston area and has been randomly selected for a Schedule C audit. I cannot go to Houston, can anyone assist? She was a real estate sales person while she was here. Contact Harry J Picou III, EA: email@example.com or 985/868-5002
|1/14/2014 4:15 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |0||12/6/2013 10:37 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 10:37 AM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |2||9/30/2013 9:03 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.
|Brett A Rosser, EA||10/18/2013 7:34 AM||No|