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Unlimited CPE for NYSSCPA Members

Introducing a New Member Benefit!
 
NYSSCPA members now have free unlimited access to CPE courses in our Self Study Course Catalog.
 
"I enjoy the online CPE because it allows for me to stay up-to-date with pertinent accounting issues while studying on my own time. I can pause the sessions and resume at my convenience. I feel the CPE is highly relevant as a majority of the sessions have lecturers who are experts in their field. The online interface that NYSSCPA utilizes is user friendly and allows me to easily sort by topic."
– Greg Kozerski, Jr., NYSSCPA Member

 
 
The New NYSSCPA Career Center

Whether you're an employer looking for your next great hire, or a job seeker looking for your next great opportunity, the NYSSCPA Career Center is here to assist you.

Employers: Post Job Descriptions Here
Job Seekers: View Open Positions Here

 
 
Get Money Smart

The cost of financial ignorance is high.

Check out these materials and consider attending one of our free events to learn more about taxes, credit, debt, budgeting, the basics of investing and learning activities for children.

 
 
The NYSSCPA Technical Helpline

Stumped? Get CPA expertise through the technical helpline!

Email your inquires to technicalhelpline@nysscpa.org.

 

The Latest From Our Publications


Read the Jan/Feb 2024 Issue on


CPAJournal.com

Accounting and auditing issues have long been at the core of the profession, but that does not mean they are static. Covered extensively in this issue, Baruch College's annual audit conference brings practitioners together with leading regulators and standards setters to discuss both core topics and emerging issues. Recently appointed PCAOB board member George Botic analyzed the question of who is responsible for audit quality, as well as where PCAOB inspections fit within that mission. Two emerging issues—ESG (environmental, social, and governance) reporting and digital assets—were also the subject of lively panel discussions covered in this issue.

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  • The YA Global Tax Court Decision: Private Fund Activities Drag Non-U.S. Fund Investors Into the U.S. Tax Net
    Jun 3, 2024
    For U.S. history aficionados, November 15 is an auspicious day: It was on this day in 1777 that the Continental Congress approved the Articles of Confederation. These articles framed the basic form of government for what was to become the United States. Well, tax folks working with private funds are likely to remember November 15 for another reason as well. 
  • Penalties in Modern Tax Practice
    Jun 3, 2024

    “In 1955, there were approximately 14 penalty provisions in the Internal Revenue Code. There are now [in 2011] more than ten times that number.”  Internal Revenue Manual (“IRM”) part 20.1.1.1.1.

    Whenever I am asked why it is that I speak so often about penalties, I highlight the above quote from the IRS’s employee handbook. Whereas there were 14 penalty provisions in 1955, approximately 150 were listed by 2011; there are even more now, 13 years later.
  • Multi-Entity Structures in the Not-for-Profit Context
    May 1, 2024
    The formation of affiliate organizations in the not-for-profit world is a consideration that surfaces during the lifetime of many not-for-profit organizations as a strategy to expand operations, address tax implications of unrelated business income, shield itself from liability and expand on overall capacity to deliver more on an organization's charitable mission. 
  • Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: Planning in the Current Environment
    May 1, 2024
    As the calendar turns to 2024, taxpayers and their advisors face an uncertain future.  Given a divided government for at least the next two years, it is not the usual suspect of potential legislation and sweeping tax changes that fuels this uncertainty. Instead, a declining market, the potential for recession looming, and increasing interest rates has left many taxpayers in a general malaise heading into the new year. However, while this overall economic downturn presents at least short-term challenges, it also creates certain wealth planning opportunities.