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Make Your Next Tax Professional Continuing-Ed Course a Cybersecurity OneWhile it can be easy to look at required continuing education (CE) courses as yet another regulatory hoop through which accounting professionals need to jump, these courses often present an unrivaled opportunity for self-growth. With technological advances that make it simpler than ever for scam artists to steal confidential client information from even the tech-savviest accountants, being on top of the latest detection and prevention strategies ensures you'll provide crucial security to the clients who depend on you.

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Four-Ways-Tax-Professionals-Can-Prep-for-Tax-Day-2019Although most of the continental U.S. is still feeling the crisp air of fall, next spring will be here soon—and with it, tax season. Monday, April 15, 2019, is the due date for the first returns to be filed under the sweeping changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). How can tax professionals (and their clients) prepare? 

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How-the-Tax-Cuts-and-Jobs-Act-Will-Impact-State-TaxesNearly 90 percent of the 41 states that collect income taxes connect these state tax laws to various provisions in the federal tax code. Find out the way to recognize the various ways in which their state’s tax laws borrow from (or piggyback onto) the federal tax code.

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How-the-Tax-Cuts-and-Jobs-Act-Impacts-Mortgage-Pre-PaymentThe Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), signed into law in December 2017, made some sweeping changes to a wide range of federal income tax provisions. While not every amendment impacts every taxpayer, those related to the deductibility of state and local taxes (SALT) and the mortgage interest deduction could significantly change the analysis residents use when deciding whether to pay off their mortgage early—or even to purchase a home in the first place.

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North-Carolina-Supreme-Court-Invalidates-Statute-Taxing-Out-of-State-Trust-DistributionsIn what may be a boom for trust beneficiaries who live in North Carolina, the state Supreme Court recently held unconstitutional a statute that taxed proceeds from an out-of-state trust. What does that mean for you? Read this article. 

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