The IRS has decided that, as a result of the recent decision preventing it from regulating unenrolled tax return preparers, disbarment or suspension from practice before the IRS cannot include a ban on tax return preparation or blocking an individual’s preparer tax identification number (PTIN). Therefore, the Service announced that certain tax return preparers who were sanctioned by having their PTINs blocked between Aug. 2, 2011, and Feb. 11, 2014, can obtain or renew their PTINs and prepare tax returns. [Journal of Accountancy]
The term “trusted advisor” is so overused and embellished in public accounting—to the extent that this term now breeds complacency. In this blog we’ll explore this complacency, what our clients need and what service from a real trusted advisor looks like.
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