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    Taxpayer-Friendly 20% Business Deduction Proposed Regulations Issued

    by Gregory L, White, CPA | Oct 09, 2018
    On August 8, the IRS released taxpayer-friendly proposed regulations on the new qualifying business income deduction (QBID). The QBID is generally allowed for 20 percent of an individual or trust’s business income. In total, the regulations were 184 pages long. This article focuses on a few of the more interesting provisions of the regulations.
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    Cybersecurity FAQs – October PCPS Tool

    by Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS) | Oct 04, 2018
    October is cybersecurity awareness month! It’s a perfect time to help your clients address some of the top cybersecurity questions they may have with this month's PCPS tool.
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    Disaster Relief: Preparing for the Unknown

    by Ashley Kittrell | Oct 03, 2018
    Disasters are an unfortunate reality of life that you can never fully prepare for. Knowing that there are safeguards in place both as a CPA and taxpayer can ease the recovery process. The AICPA has made several recommendations to the IRS for effective disaster relief tax provisions.
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    5 Benefits of Working for a Small Firm

    by Monette Anderson | Aug 28, 2018
    Determining how to begin your accounting career is a personal decision. To help you figure it out, here are five things you may not have considered that could make an internship or entry-level position at one of our region’s smaller firms the right choice for you.
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    Surviving and Thriving in Disruptive Times: The New WSCPA Strategic Plan

    by Kirsten Duke, CPA and Kimberly Scott, CAE | Aug 13, 2018
    With today’s breakneck pace of technological change, marketplace globalization, regulatory complexity, and workforce changes, disruption is real. It is transforming all business and the CPA profession.The WSCPA is committed to support you in this journey in a thoughtful way. Follow the WSCPA as we change too.
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The Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants is the only organization in the state of Washington dedicated to serving the professional needs of CPAs, educating consumers about CPAs and the services they provide, and encouraging students to study accounting and enter the profession.

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