CPAs vs. Unenrolled, Unlicensed & Unaccountable Tax Preparers

CPA tax blogger Joe Kristan has written a rejoinder to Wandering Tax Pro Robert Flach, our favorite non-CPA, non-Enrolled Agent, non-lawyer, non-anything-that-requires-licensing-testing-and-accountability tax preparer: Robert D. Flach has put up another one of his occasional posts where…

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Advice to Would-Be Schedule C Filers: “DON’T”

Robert Flach announces his publication of a new newsletter for sole proprietors and single-member schedule C filers entitled, aptly enough, The Schedule C Letter: THE SCHEDULE C LETTER is a bi-weekly newsletter that provides tax planning and preparation advice,…

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Peter’s Principles: How to Deal With Demon Clients

Kay Bell makes some excellent points about bad tax clients who deliver to their tax preparers shoeboxes full of coffee stained tax receipts just days before the filing deadline: Failure to provide all necessary information to your tax…

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Tax Fraud, Embezzlement and Segregation of Duties

The Orlando Sentinel reports that the former CFO of Groveland Florida’s Marion Gardens Tree Farm was sentenced to 8 years imprisonment for tax evasion and four counts of mail fraud: Gary E. Williams, 59, drained the family owned…

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