Theresa Davis Henderson, AFSP |2||2/26/2018 8:25 PM|
Where would the reforestation expenses that are included on Federal Form 1040 Line 36 be deducted on the Alabama Form 40?
|Theresa Davis Henderson, AFSP||3/7/2018 4:24 PM||No|
Sheila M Sutton, EA |2||2/2/2016 8:17 AM|
Calling ALL Tax Professionals!! Come join the AL NATP Chapter May 2-4, 2016 in Orange Beach AL for our Spring Fling Education Seminar. We have an exciting agenda planned with 16 CPE's available. See our January 2016 Newsletter for our Guest Speaker Bios, our Approved Agenda, and our Registration Form. We have Early Bird Pricing, so don't miss out on it. Or you may register here http://www.natptax.com/Chapters/Pages/AlabamaChapterEducation.aspx
|John Bellotti||2/2/2016 6:51 PM||No|
Kathy R Hallford, EA |0||6/26/2015 8:36 PM|
Interested in passing the Enrolled Agent SEE Exams???
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Kathy Hallford, EA
AL NATP Education Chairman
|6/26/2015 8:36 PM||No|
Kathy R Hallford, EA |0||6/26/2015 8:30 PM|
The Alabama Chapter Education Cimmittee would like to hear from you, "our members". With the discontinuance of the RTRP designation, many tax preparers are once again limited in their represention of their clients. As an enrolled agent you will have the privilege of "unrestricted representation" before the Internal Revenue Service. The Enrolled Agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards and is subject to IRS Circular 230.
Please take 3 minutes and let us know if you, someone in your office or someone you know would be interested in taking a course to be better prepared to pass the Enrolled Agent Exams, SEE. Click on the link below to complete the survey.
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Kathy R Hallford, EA
AL NATP Education Chairman
|6/26/2015 8:30 PM||No|
James M Kronenberg, MBA,CPA,EA |0||7/11/2014 3:08 PM|
Wondering if Jury Duty returned to employer by employee is considered to be a qualifying "Adjustments to Income" for reporting on AL form 40 pg. 2 Part II ?
Jury duty repayment by employee to employer is not specifically identified in the AL form 40 instructions under the "Adjustments to Income"
If not qualifying "Adjustments to Income", is an amount repaid by employee of $3,000 or more (highly unlikely given jury duty pay rates) qualify as a claim of right deduction on AL Schedule A (form 40) reported on line 25 "Other Miscellaneous Deductions" ?
Thanks for any feedback on this matter !
|7/11/2014 3:08 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |1||9/27/2013 9:28 AM|
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|Kathy R Hallford, EA||4/25/2014 10:20 PM||No|
Megan Sonicksen |0||12/6/2013 10:16 AM||12/6/2013 10:16 AM||No|