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A busy year for tax accountants, even with a July 15 filing deadline
They've been processing PPP loans, and also simply helping clients navigate a tough financial climate.
Meet Michael, 31, accountant
The Bureau of Labor Statistics would categorize his job under “management, professional, and related occupations," along with four out of 10 U.S. workers.
Ahead of tax season, accountants are scrambling to understand the new law
It's been a year since Congress passed the $1.5 trillion tax overhaul. And there is still a lot accountants and lawyers don't understand about it.
The gig economy: It's not just for rides or rooms. It's also for taxes.
A look at the on-demand workforce for accountants.
Accountants didn’t have much of a holiday
Now that the $1.5 trillion tax overhaul has been signed into law, the real fun begins for accountants. They’re scrambling to understand the legislation, which runs more than 1,000 pages and includes fundamental changes to the corporate tax rate, the standard deduction and tax brackets for individual filers. CPAs and tax lawyers around the nation […]