In Blogs: Growing Influence


misrepresentation of the Paycheck Protection Program; rebuild the customer base; what you are doing wrong; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.

Of growing influence

  • Wolters Kluwer ( IRS getting tough on possible “misrepresentation” taxes and penalties for PPP loan forgiveness.
  • Henri+Horne ( Crowdfunding is a popular way to raise money online. But is it taxable income?
  • Taxation ( The temporary expansion of the Child Tax Credit last year dramatically reduced child poverty in the United States, but federal outreach has struggled to connect immigrant families to their tax benefits. What we can learn from more regional approaches to the issue, most recently in Boston.
  • Current Federal Tax Developments ( An overview of the “Taxpayer Assistance Procedures” of Tax Proceeding 2022-19 to resolve certain issues involving S corporations and their shareholders without a private letter ruling.
  • Gordon’s Law ( Kim Kardashian’s recent movie run-in with the SEC is a warning to other influencers.
  • AICPA Insights ( A quote to learn: “Don’t wait to tackle mental health because these issues won’t go away on their own. If you don’t do something about it, it will hurt your succession planning and the future of your business.”
  • Tax foundation ( After the IRA, many of the tax increases considered over the past two years have been scrapped. This does not mean that they will disappear from the debate on whether and how to tax high incomes and on how to reform the tax code.

statesmen and kings

  • Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy ( The only thing some states can count on is that their hot economies will eventually cool down. So, are deep, long-term tax cuts really a good decision?
  • HBK ( Service sales taxation in Kentucky is about to expand.
  • TaxConnex ( In the depths of a merger and acquisition, now is not the time to uncover past sales tax liability. What to look for beforehand.
  • Sovos ( Her Majesty’s (new) UK Government has announced a new penalties regime to replace the default surcharge regime for VAT periods beginning on or after 1 January. declarations or make late payments and an overview of changes to the way VAT interest is calculated.

None but the brave



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