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    Fall 2018 Crossword Puzzle

    by WSCPA | Oct 18, 2018
    Looking for an excuse to take a break? Why not take a few minutes to try to solve the latest WashingtonCPA crossword puzzle? Here’s the puzzle and the solution for your puzzling pleasure.
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    The Power of Your Story

    by Kimberly Scott, CAE, WSCPA President & CEO | Oct 17, 2018
    The personal stories of our members are fascinating. Kimberly Scott, WSCPA President & CEO visited many different areas of the state this summer and early fall to meet with members, and left every event with a new list of members to follow up with, or interesting stories she could not wait to share.
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    Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income

    by Moses Man, CPA | Oct 09, 2018
    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), signed into law on December 21, 2017, resulted in sweeping changes in the US tax laws for the first time since 1986. While much of the focus has been placed on TCJA’s impacts on domestic activities of individuals and businesses (e.g., 20 percent pass through deduction, lower corporate tax rate), the impact on international activities also warrants a similar level of attention and analysis.
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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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    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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