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Regulatory Roundup: January 4-9

S.J. Steinhardt
Published Date:
Jan 9, 2023


AICPA Unveils Blueprints for Redesigned CPA Exam


Working Paper
"Lesser-of" Payment Policies and the Use of Physicians' Services Among Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries: Working Paper 2023-01
January 6, 2023
This paper examines the effects of physician payment reductions on the use of physicians' services by dual-eligible beneficiaries—people enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid—over the 1999–2012 period.

Blog Post
CBO’s Role in Supporting the Congress
January 6, 2023
CBO Director Phillip Swagel describes the agency's role in supporting Congress, lists what’s forthcoming from CBO, highlights the latest budget options volumes and a revamped cost estimates page, and emphasizes a commitment to transparency.

CBO’s Recent Publications and Work in Progress as of December 31, 2022
January 5, 2023
In this report, the latest in a quarterly series, CBO highlights its recent work and summarizes its work in progress.

The 2023 Outlook for Navy Shipbuilding: Finding a Course to a More Distributed Fleet
January 4, 2023
Presentation by Eric J. Labs, an analyst in CBO’s National Security Division, at the Bank of America 2023 Defense Outlook and Commercial Aerospace Forum.

An Introduction to the Congressional Budget Office
January 3, 2023
Learn more about CBO, its work, and its processes in an introduction to the agency that is typically updated at the start of each Congress.


Financial Accounting Foundation Seeks Nominations for Private Company Council Chair and Members
January 4, 2023


Financial Accounting Foundation Seeks Nominations for Private Company Council Chair and Members
January 4, 2023

FASB Names New Members to Its Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee
January 3, 2023


December 2022 Due Process Oversight Committee meeting summary now available
9 Jan 2023

IASB proposes temporary relief from deferred tax accounting for OECD Pillar Two taxes
9 Jan 2023

Join the staff—Director of Product
5 Jan 2023

Catch up on the December 2022 ISSB meeting with our podcast
5 Jan 2023

November 2022 Jurisdictional Working Group meeting summary now available
4 Jan 2023

December 2022 monthly news summary now available
News Summary
4 Jan 2023


IRS completes automatic corrections of tax year 2020 accounts related to unemployment compensation exclusion; 12 million refunds issued
IR-2023-02, January 6, 2023 — The Internal Revenue Service recently completed the final corrections of tax year 2020 accounts for taxpayers who overpaid their taxes on unemployment compensation they received in 2020.

Final 2022 quarterly estimated tax payment due January 17
IR-2023-01, January 4, 2023 — Many taxpayers make quarterly estimated tax payments during the year to stay current on their taxes, but many who should overlook this step. The Internal Revenue Service today urged those who paid too little tax in 2022 to make a fourth quarter payment on or before January 17 to avoid an unexpected potential tax bill or penalty when they file in 2023.


Superintendent Adrienne A. Harris Announces $100 Million Settlement with Coinbase, Inc. after DFS Investigation Finds Significant Failings in the Company’s Compliance Program
January 4, 2023


SEC Charges McDonald’s Former CEO for Misrepresentations About His Termination
Washington D.C., Jan. 9, 2023 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Stephen J. Easterbrook, former CEO of McDonald’s Corporation, with making false and misleading statements to investors about the circumstances leading to his termination in November 2019. McDonald’s also was charged for shortcomings in its public disclosures related to Easterbrook’s separation agreement.

SEC Charges Former BlackRock Portfolio Manager with Undisclosed Conflict of Interest
Washington D.C., Jan. 5, 2023 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Randy Robertson, a former BlackRock Advisors, LLC portfolio manager, for failing to disclose a conflict of interest arising from his relationship with a film distribution company in which the fund he managed for BlackRock invested millions of dollars. To settle the charges, Robertson agreed to pay a $250,000 penalty.

SEC Charges Creator of CoinDeal Crypto Scheme and Seven Others in Connection with $45 Million Fraud
Washington D.C., Jan. 4, 2023 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Neil Chandran, Garry Davidson, Michael Glaspie, Amy Mossel, Linda Knott, AEO Publishing Inc, Banner Co-Op, Inc, and BannersGo, LLC for their involvement in a fraudulent investment scheme named CoinDeal that raised more than $45 million from sales of unregistered securities to tens of thousands of investors worldwide.

SEC Charges Former SPAC CFO for Orchestrating $5 Million Fraud Scheme
Washington D.C., Jan. 3, 2023 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced fraud charges against Cooper J. Morgenthau, the former CFO of African Gold Acquisition Corp., a SPAC or special purpose acquisition company, for orchestrating a scheme in which he stole more than $5 million from the company and from investors in two other SPACs that he incorporated.


Fiscal Year 2023 Biannual Independent Assessment of Private Collection Agency Performance
December 27, 2022