Based on the AICPA Competency Framework: Tax and Personal Financial Planning, these learning resources - primarily focused on US tax - are designed to help CPAs understand the knowledge and skills necessary to address the needs of their clients and firms.
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Level 1 is designed to help beginning staff members develop a strong set of core skills. It focuses on individual and S corporation tax compliance plus professional...
Get the latest practical insights from nationally recognized tax experts. Reinforce your understanding of frequently used principles and receive a wealth of...
How to apply the latest changes when preparing federal income tax returns, plus tips on advising individual clients on new developments and tax-saving ideas.
Updated for Tax Reform, this fast-paced CPE course provides a wealth of tax-planning tips and strategies and addresses key tax return issues to arm you with the latest...
Featuring up-to-date information on critical tax issues, including Tax Reform, this CPE course will ensure your clients receive the most current tax planning and...
This item discusses the tax implications of the Internal Revenue Code's recognition of the married status of same-sex couples.
This article describes tax planning opportunities to be considered for the final income tax return when the client is approaching death.
Taxing authorities have sought to incorporate adequate lead time into the tax filing process. This article explores the new federal filing deadlines.
This article details how to help clients get money when necessary without incurring the onerous 10% tax on early withdrawals.
This guide provides practitioners some of the information they should consider when preparing individual state income tax returns.
Hear a post-election analysis from AICPA’s tax policy and advocacy representatives in Washington, D.C.
This flowchart outlines the considerations for preparing and reviewing returns for the first year foreign nationals are in the U.S.