Tag Archives: Surgent Tax & Accounting Blog
As we reported Tuesday, on November 22 a federal district court judge in the Eastern District of Texas issued a nationwide injunction against the implementation of the new Department of Labor (DOL) overtime rules. The regulation was scheduled to take effect yesterday. The ruling, by Judge Amos L. Mazzant III, states that the Obama administration […]
There is very surprising math that supports paying more to meet your CPE requirements. Let’s run through a case study and examine numbers.
Federal officials announced on Tuesday, May 24 that five people have been arrested in connection with a tax scam that has bilked an estimated $36.5 million.
At Surgent we believe exceptional audit skills training should be available to everyone who performs audit work. Anytime. Anywhere.
The new FASB standard is likely to require significant changes in accounting for organizations that rely on leases for facilities, equipment, vehicles, etc.
Surgent’s webinars on Preparing Individual Tax Returns can make sure that even the most junior members of your staff are ready for tax season.
Congress enacted the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act (PATH) in December of 2015. This comprehensive Act includes over $620 billion in tax reductions for businesses and families.
Since Congress passed the PATH (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes) Act, Surgent has presented numerous webinars and conferences explaining the Act’s ramifications.
Today’s successful CPAs must be skilled communicators with top-notch business writing skills. The old image of “numbers person” is just not accurate.
Taxpayers are in luck, now that Congress has renewed a number of important tax breaks that affect both individuals and businesses. To fill you in, we’ve put together a list of some of the tax breaks in question.