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April 17, 2018

IRS e-File and Direct Pay Technical Issues

The IRS announced they are having technical issues with their e-File and Direct Pay systems today. IRS personnel have told us that they are working to resolve the problem. The Washington Post reported that the Service is trying a hard reboot of its...
April 17, 2018

SCACPA Member’s New Tech Platform Promises to Link Accountants with Specialty Work

During his five years as a CPA, Sean Kenny became well-versed with the annual Busy Season grind. But in the past year, as he has worked toward his goal of launching a web platform that helps firms connect and work with remote freelance accountants...
April 15, 2018

K2 Enterprises: What To Watch For in AI, Blockchain and Big Data

By Randy Johnston, K2 Enterprises When our K2 team offers a CPE course related to accounting technology, our rule is that we should have content that can be applied the next day you return to your office. While creating our team’s content to...
April 14, 2018

News Roundup

Solar Bill Suffers Stunning Defeat in S.C. House Turnaround A bill to expand South Carolina’s solar power industry that enjoyed a victorious 64-33 House vote a week earlier was killed in a revote on April 11. Utility boosters forced the revote...
April 13, 2018

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Senate Completes Floor Debate on State Budget; Crossover Deadline Passes

Regarding the fate of Santee Cooper, a Senate budget amendment tweaked the makeup of a study committee that would determine if a sale of the state-owned utility is in the best interest of ratepayers and puts a transparent process in place to vet...
April 13, 2018

Apply Now for SCACPA’s Free Speaker Training Academy

You have the knowledge. Now it’s time to give it a voice. SCACPA will host the latest installment of our Speaker Training Academy for two and a half days on June 26-28, and we are now accepting enrollment applications for this free...