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Tax Firm Cybersecurity Checklist

Is your tax firm cybersecure? Are you following the best practices to ensure that your Company and client information is protected? Cybercriminals are on the prowl. No matter what the IRS and other tax software companies do, they are always trying to find a way in. Last summer, the IRS sent out a “Don’t Take […]

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Celebrating 30 Years in the Tax Business

We’re excited to announce that on September 1st, The Income Tax School will be celebrating it’s 30th Anniversary! That’s right, we’ve been teaching taxes and opening the door to tax Company ownership for 30 years. What many people don’t know, is that The Income Tax School actually began as a way for our sister company, […]

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Celebrating 30 Years in the Tax Business

We’re excited to announce that on September 1st, The Income Tax School will be celebrating it’s 30th Anniversary! That’s right, we’ve been teaching taxes and opening the door to tax Company ownership for 30 years. What many people don’t know, is that The Income Tax School actually began as a way for our sister company, […]

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IRS To Virtual Currency Owners: Pay Up

Time to open up your [virtual] coin purses and pay up! The IRS is done with the warnings and is ready to collect. They’ve been collecting information and doing research since 2018. Back in March of 2018, they convinced Coinbase, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges, to turn over 13,000 users’ data to the IRS. According […]

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IRS To Virtual Currency Owners: Pay Up

Time to open up your [virtual] coin purses and pay up! The IRS is done with the warnings and is ready to collect. They’ve been collecting information and doing research since 2018. Back in March of 2018, they convinced Coinbase, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges, to turn over 13,000 users’ data to the IRS. According […]

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Policies for a win

I have already said I will be voting tactically in any forthcoming general election. I have indicated that I would be willing to vote for one of at least five parties in that election, dependent on where I was. My hope is that those parties can agree on some fairly basic policy principles even if […]

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Policies for a win

I have already said I will be voting tactically in any forthcoming general election. I have indicated that I would be willing to vote for one of at least five parties in that election, dependent on where I was. My hope is that those parties can agree on some fairly basic policy principles even if […]

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One angry 17 year old

It’s the start of term. And wet. And my son had left his bike at the station. So he asked me if I’d take him to the station so that he could get into college in Cambridge on time, which I admit I do not do very often. And I agreed. My reward was a […]

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One angry 17 year old

It’s the start of term. And wet. And my son had left his bike at the station. So he asked me if I’d take him to the station so that he could get into college in Cambridge on time, which I admit I do not do very often. And I agreed. My reward was a […]

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Will we learn from Boris Johnson?

Does anyone really doubt who will win the Tory leadership contest? Prime Minister Johnson here we come. That awareness resulted in me re-reading Max Hasting’s comments on Johnson. Hastings knows Johnson well. He was his editor on the Telegraph. And he is a Tory, of course. He said of Johnson: Why should he not be […]

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Tax News Recap: Gifts, Grifts, & Data Shifts

As the old adage goes, April showers bring May flowers. That especially rings true in the tax world! With Tax Season 2019 officially in the books, tax pros finally have some time to stop and smell the roses. Whether you’ve been relaxing, tying up loose Company ends, or taking care of some spring cleaning, catch […]

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HMRC underestimate the UK tax gap by £55 billion

I wrote this yesterday about HMRC’s tax gap estimates for this year, which had then not been published: I gather HMRC will be publishing their latest tax gap figures this week. The last are here. I can make a fairly confident prediction. The figure will be around £33 billion, simply because ever since this data […]