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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Both the Senate and House Republicans have released their version of tax reform. The Senate Finance Committee has not provided its mark-up, or final version, while the House Committee on Ways and Means has. Once each chamber agrees to and votes on its final plan, differences are hashed out through the Joint Committee on Taxation.
President's Budget includes Oversight of Paid Preparers
On May 23, the president released his budget blueprint. The blueprint maintains a proposal from the Obama administration regarding tax preparer regulation.
Ensuring a Modern-Functioning IRS for the 21st Century — April 3, 2017
Return Preparer Office Director Campbell Shares Important Communications for Tax Pros — November 2016
NATP Leaders Discuss Member Concerns with IRS Commissioner Koskinen — November 2016
NATP, IRS and Security Summit Partners Warn Tax Preparers of Data Theft Risks — July 2016
NATP Support of IRS Security Summit — June 2016
Submitted Commentary on REG-134122-15 — February 2016
Comments on the Increased User Fee for SEE — February 2016
Raising the Tangible Personal Property Threshold — December 2015
Submitted to the IRS Oversight Board on Pivoting Away From Paper — May 2014
Comments Submitted to the Senate Finance Committee on the Effective Regulation of Tax Return Preparers — April 2014