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Intuit Tax Apps to Link with Karbon

Intuit has reached an agreement to integrate its professional tax applications with Karbon. The deal announced this week is likely a precursor to integration of the tax packages with other practice management software titles.


Sovos Releases Annual VAT Trend Report

MONEY VAT 1Sovos has issued its annual report on global value-added tax (VAT) mandates and compliance this week. The publication “Trends in Continuous Global VAT Compliance,” provides a guide to global VAT enforcement regulations and delivers strategic recommendations for businesses.


Liberty Tax Settles with Federal Agencies

The Franchise Group, the parent of Liberty Tax Service, will change its tax compliance program in order to end invesitgations by two federal agencies. The company this week also agreed to a three-year-oversight of the compliance program by an independent monitor.


N.J. Tax Prep Couple Sentenced to Prison

 A New Jersey husband and wife tax preparer team drew his-and-her sentences recently for their role in fraud involving filing Hawaii tax returns. Mylove D. Tetterton, 45, of East Orange, N.J was sentenced to 12 years in prison but because they have young children Tetterton will serve her term after her husband, 44-year-old Anthony Hodges, completes his five-year term in a New Jersey state prison,


CryptoTrader.Tax Pro Suite Launches

CryptoTrader.Tax for professionals has debuted. The publisher CryptoTrader.Tax said this week the application is designed to help tax professionals assist clients with cryptocurrency tax reporting.


SurePrep Receives Investment

SurePrep has received what the company termed  this week “a significant minority investment” from private capital firm Bregal Sagemount. The amount of the investment was not disclosed


IRSAC: IRS Phone Answering Plunges

Enforcement and hiring is down. But something that directly affects taxpayers and professionals alike suffered dramatically during the last tax year—the number of telephone calls answered by the Internal Revenue Service.


CPA Defrauded Employer, Clients of $7 Million

A CPA based in Lebanon, Mo., has been convicted of fraud that included using  $72,704 in client funds to pay off his Chevrolet Corvette. Douglas A. Richardson, 46, transferring $4.4 million from a former employer while stealing from clients—taking $7 million from both.


Preparer Guilty in Client Check, ID Theft

A Lake Worth, Fla., tax preparer has been found guilty of government money theft, aggravated identify theft and of preparing false tax returns.  Larry Senat, 38, forged his signature on a $9,800 tax refund check and took $1,000 from each client’s refund, besides charging fees.


Thomson Touts Integrating Technology

Thomson Reuters is working to integrate customer productsm CEO James Smith said week. Smith made the comment during the webcast for earnings for the third quarter ended September 30.


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