+ Kathryn M. Morgan, EA offers a “Step-by-Step Guide to Preparing a Return for a Disabled Veteran” at PARKER PUBLISHING.
+ CPA Robert Gard covers “Nine Factors That Determine Whether an Activity Is a Hobby” at the AICPA’s THE TAX ADVISOR.
+ “Tax Pros: Still Trying to Figure Out Which Social Network is Right for You?” INTAXICATION (Tax Buzz with a Twist) provides an “infographic” that “provides some great metrics on each of the social networking sites along with some thoughts on best use and drawbacks of each”.
I am a “twit”, but you will never catch me on Spacebook or My Face. If I want to share pictures with friends and family I will send them an email. And if I want to provide information on my business to solicit clients I will create a website for my practice.
I would be interested in hearing from tax pros about what you can do on Spacebook or My Face that you cannot do just as well on your business website.
+ EAs Jason Dinesen (DINESEN TAX TIMES) and Russ Fox (TAXABLE TALK) both discuss the “Patient-Centered Outcomes Trust Fund Fee” nonsense – and explain why it is truly the most ridiculous tax ever (and there have been a lot of ridiculous taxes over the years) and an exercise in bureaucratic futility.
+ Here is a webinar you may be interested in “attending” – “What the New Healthcare Law Means for Your Small Business”. I learned of it via a “tweet” from @ManasaSogNadig.