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Marie Izzo, EA
I have been attending IRS Nationwide Tax Forums for over 5 years. Mr. Paul La Monaca is by far the best conference speaker I have ever encountered. He is knowledgeable, a great communicator and delivers the technical information in such a way that many types of different audiences can readily understand. I am a former member and speaker for the National Forensic Center of Distinguished Experts. I have chaired annual meetings and been the conference speaker. I considered myself after 40 years of either attending seminars or participating in them, as having some fairly broad knowledge. Paul La Monaca is by far the best speaker I have known in my 40 year professional career. He really knows how to take complicated data and transform it into meaningful and understandable dialogue.
Mark Alden, CPA
President of Mark Alden CPA Ltd.
Hey Nina & Isaac, Just wanted to let you both know that as of yesterday I passed all three sections of the SEE exam after taking the full course in Atlanta! Finally it is all done, your seminar really was the difference maker!
Latest Tax News
Note from the Editor: Generally, the NSTP focus is on federal tax law. However, every once in a while, something from the states comes across our desk that may have a far-reaching affect.
The Senate voted 51-50 to pass a budget reconciliation bill that includes a new corporate book tax,
From the Editor: this recent court case reiterates the importance of filing a timely tax return to be eligible for tax benefits.
During the recent Commissioner’s address at the IRS Tax Forum, Chuck Rettig requested that those on extension file well before the October 17th deadline.