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2018 Tax Tips

The AICPA’s tax team has updated two PowerPoint presentations on the impact of the new tax laws. One presentation is for individuals, and one covers business considerations. You may use these decks in client conversations, educational activities, or other presentations. You will notice placements on the intro slides for logo, firm name, etc.

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IRS encourages ‘Paycheck Checkup’ for taxpayers to check their withholding

Updated Withholding Calculator Reflects Changes in New Tax Law

Tips for Using the Withholding Calculator

Step-by-Step Instructions for Using the IRS Withholding Calculator

Tips for Updating Form W-4 After Doing a Paycheck Checkup

YouTube Videos:
How national tax reform is impacting state taxes (Podcast): Listen Here

Save with the U.S. Master Tax Guide

OSCPA members save on the leading tax and accounting products from CCH.

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Practice Aids, additional resources and links

Special Interest Tax Section

CCH Tax Legislation

Municipal Tax Reform

Tax forms

IRS forms and publications

Ohio Department of Taxation forms

AICPA Federal tax return due dates chart

For use in complying with common federal tax return due dates.

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Free Webcast Archive

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Latest Developments in Tax Reform

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Federal Tax Update Podcasts

Get up-to-date news on federal tax legislation, court cases and other developments from Lynn Nichols.

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AICPA Tax Reform Resource Center

Comprehensive coverage of tax reform, AICPA advocacy positions and more.

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AICPA Washington Tax Brief

Updates On the regulatory and political environment for tax issues, and more.

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Legislators Tax Guide

Advice for legislators preparing their 2018 taxes.

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Latest Federal Tax News:

  • May 25, 2018

    Entertainment and Meals After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Pub. L. 115-97) has created quite a stir in the tax community regarding the status of meals in a business context. Congress moved in the Act to deny any business deduction for entertainment.

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