It’s a good idea to keep records of electronic and telephone contacts with the IRS to speed up the resolution of issues. When contacting the IRS by telephone, be sure to note key information from the conversation.
Nevada Society of Enrolled Agents released the following letter on May 15, 2018, detailing what has become a truly dire situation for Enrolled Agents...
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You are cordially invited to join the festivities as we conduct both important and fun Society business at the Annual Meeting and Grand Banquet on Sunday, June 24...
Wine Tasting Fundraiser benefits the CSEA Education Foundation. If you're in Reno on Saturday night, June 23, stop by Crystal 3 at the Grand Sierra Resort & Casino and join us in tasting some very nice wines.
On May 15, 2018, a contingent of CSEA Members joined nearly 100 other Enrolled Agents from across the country at the annual NAEA Fly-In Day in Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday, May 16, the Senate Governance & Finance Committee held a hearing on the latest iteration of a tax on services bill, SB 993. Due in part to the fantastic response to our call to action last week and the many calls that our Members, both
On Wednesday night, Senator Hertzberg substantially amended his tax on services bill, SB 993. What makes this latest version of tax on services so dangerous?
The Nominating Committee of the California Society of Enrolled Agents invited all 2018-2019 candidates for CSEA office to submit statements reflecting their experience and point of view. The election...
Whereas, Article 7, Section 7.01 of the Bylaws of the California Society of Enrolled Agents directs that the Annual Meeting of the Society shall be held at a time and place selected by the Board of Directors; And whereas, the Board of Directors...
A proposed Bylaw amendment for the June 2018 Annual Meeting is now available for review.
The IRS is providing a new Enrolled Agent logo that EAs may use in marketing materials. The new logo replaces a logo that the IRS created in 2012.
The IRS has issued Notice 2018-43 inviting recommendations for items that should be included in the 2018-2019 Priority Guidance Plan. Recommendations should be submitted by June 15, 2018.
Your clients may have received an email about changes to their California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) online services account. All CDTFA online services account functions are unavailable from May 1 - May 6. Beginning May 7, sales
The IRS is testing the Taxpayer Digital Communications (TDC) Secure Messaging program to streamline correspondence audits. The TDC program focuses on audits involving Schedule A Itemized Deductions, the Child Care Credit and the Education Credit.
CSEA Education Foundation scholarships are awarded three times each year, and the next application deadline is June 30, 2018.
Two important bills, resulting from the coordinated efforts of the CSEA Legislative Affairs Committee and the CSEA Legislative Advocate, are progressing through the CA Legislature.
In the latest version of the phone scam, criminals use telephone numbers that mimic IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) to trick taxpayers into paying non-existent tax bills. Scammers claim to be calling from a local IRS TAC office, and program th
The IRS has added more information to the Section 965 FAQs webpage. Publication 5292, How to Calculate Section 965 Amounts and Elections Available to Taxpayers, now reflects Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes.
CSEA reminds our Members that taxpayers affected by the California wildfires, flooding, mudflows and debris flows in parts of southern California have until April 30, 2018 to file and pay.
The IRS has extended the filing deadline to April 18, allowing taxpayers an extra day to file and pay their taxes following technical difficulties with the agency's electronic filing and online payment systems, and both services are currently availab
On Tuesday, Republican and Democratic leaders of the HouseWays and Means Oversight Subcommittee released a set of bills to “redesign” the IRS. Included in the package is language requiring the IRS to provide guidance on using private sector electroni
Our national affiliate has been hard at work looking out for the best interests of both taxpayers and tax professionals, demonstrating their value in advocating at the federal level. Last week, NAEA released reform recommendations in response to the
While you're hard at work during tax season, the CSEA advocacy team has been hard at work as well compiling a new legislative bill watch list. The following are bills that CSEA has either submitted to the legislature a position of support, or that we
After the start of the 2018 filing season, IRS invited NAEA to present the tax reform implementation challenges NAEA members considered to be most important to taxpayers. IRS also invited NAEA to submit written comments on top-line individual tax ref
CSEA is proud to inform Members about recent advocacy successes with the Secretary of State’s office. Statement of Information Filings...
CSEA has been partnering with the FTB regarding the forfeiture of unclaimed real estate withholding credits. In an effort to ease the process of claiming these credits...
Recently, Members have been reporting that their clients have received a notice from the FTB regarding itemized deductions for medical expenses, charitable contributions, employee business, and/or miscellaneous expenses...
Some homeowners finance energy saving improvements through government approved loan programs. The payments on these loans are collected through the homeowner’s tax bill...
The Internal Revenue Service and its Security Summit partners today issued an alert to taxpayers and tax professionals to be on guard against fake emails purporting to contain...