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NCCPAP Influences Redacted Data Policy

In December 2018, NCCPAP participated in a conference call with the IRS concerning issues affected by the IRS redaction of transcripts. Upon initially hearing about the IRS redacting proposal, a few months ago, NCCPAP immediately suggested the IRS simply put the unredacted information into the taxpayer representative’s e-Services secure mailbox. NCCPAP is proud to announce that effective January 7, 2019, Wage & Income (W&I) transcripts can be obtained in an unredacted format.     Read More

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NCCPAP Supports Tax Penalty Suspension

NCCPAP announces its support of the position of Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), ranking member of the United States Senate Committee on Finance, with regard to possible underpayment penalties, as detailed in his letter of January 3, 2019 sent to Charles Rettig, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. Wyden's letter requests that the potential penalties that could be assessed on many individual income tax returns for the year 2018 be suspended due to the fact that many taxpayers may have a balance due to the Federal Government once their income tax return is prepared.  Read More


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Is Your Tax Preparer PREPARED for This Year’s Tax Season?

Our NCCPAP Members Are.

With the daily deluge of information available to help taxpayers understand the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, you may have overlooked an important question on the minds of most taxpayers: Is my tax preparer ready for this tax season? If your tax preparer is a member of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP), the answer is a resounding yes! Some of the ways that NCCPAP members have been keeping up to date regarding the new tax laws include: IRS involvement, congressional visits, chapter outreach, participation in the Intuit® ProConnect™ Tax Council, features in industry publications and more. Read the Release


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