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  • IRS finalizes centralized partnership audit regulations
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-22
  • Taxpayers will file QBI deduction computation with IRS next year
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-15
  • FASB addresses deferred revenue in business combinations
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-14
  • Clients’ top retirement fear: Running out of money
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-14
  • Bonus depreciation safe-harbor rules for vehicles issued
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-13
  • IAASB aims to enhance engagement quality reviews
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-12
  • Finding value in revenue recognition implementation
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-11
  • Identity protection PIN program expands
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-08
  • FASB proposes transition relief for credit losses standard
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-02-06
  • IRS issues updates on post-shutdown activities
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-01-30
  • Government shutdown ends in time for tax season
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-01-28
  • News quiz: Uncertainty looms as year begins
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-01-24
  • Americans’ personal financial satisfaction dips in fourth quarter
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-01-24
  • Paid preparer’s checklist expands to include head-of-household, other tax credit questions
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-01-23
  • Cost-of-complexity exercise enables better decisions
    Source: Journal of AccountancyPublished on 2019-01-23
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    Retaining Tax Information and Records

    Retaining and storing your income tax information and records is an important final step of your tax filing responsibility. This article contains information on the rules for keeping your tax records.

    Working May Decrease Your Social Security Benefits

    Many taxpayers currently underemployed due to recent economic conditions may consider applying for social security retirement benefits earlier than they previously planned to supplement their income. But, continuing to work while receiving those benefits may cause their benefits to be reduced below the anticipated amount.

    Traditional to Roth IRA Conversions

    Four years ago, the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005 (TIPRA) relaxed some restrictive rules preventing many taxpayers from converting a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA, but this favorable change was not effective until 2010.

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