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SCACPA Member Benefit Alert: Access the Clemson Tax School via Livestream

Seats are filling fast for this fall’s 57th annual Clemson University Income Tax Course, the two-day classes offered throughout South Carolina from late October through mid-December. Every year, there are financial professionals who miss out [...]

LEGISLATIVE REARVIEW: Copper Dome Strategies’ 2018 Review Includes Conformity Forecast

THE STATUS OF CONFORMITY: Two Conformity bills – one each from the House and Senate – may still be considered this year, as they were included in the Sine Die resolution. The General Assembly [...]

S.C. News Roundup: Amid Tariff Reactions, BMW Says Spartanburg Expansion Still on Track

Amid Tariff Reactions, BMW Says Spartanburg Expansion Still on Track German automaker BMW and Chinese partner Brilliance Automotive Group Holdings announced the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive to increase the number of vehicles built [...]

IRS, Security Summit Launch Awareness Campaign to Protect Client Data

The IRS and its Security Summit partners have initiated a summertime security awareness campaign for tax professionals with an expanded guide that provides critical steps to protect client data. "Protect Your Clients; Protect Yourself: Tax [...]

Upcoming ‘Tax Team’ Courses Highlight SCACPA Roster of Federal Tax CPE

The South Carolina Association of CPAs is excited to introduce a new Federal Tax Update course with the “South Carolina Tax Team.” SCACPA has assembled distinguished, nationally recognized Federal Tax experts who will offer [...]

Board of Accountancy Q2 Newsletter: Updates on New Education Committee, Succession Planning

The South Carolina Board of Accountancy has released its 2nd Quarter 2018 Newsletter, and it includes a list of all recently licensed South Carolina CPAs from October 2017-March 2018. The New CPA Oath Ceremony [...]

DEW Announces July Classes For SUITS Electronic Filing For Employers, TPAs

The S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce replaced its legacy tax system in March with its State Unemployment Insurance Tax System. Since the end of the 2018 1st quarter filing period, DEW saw a [...]

Deadline Nears to Pledge a Tax Credit Donation as Exceptional SC Passes Halfway Mark to $12M Goal

Exceptional SC, is a 501(c)3 charity that helps K-12 students with special needs attend credentialed private schools through tuition tax credits and scholarships, has announced it is quickly on the way to reaching its $12 [...]

IRS’ Kautter Signals That 199A Guidance on Pass-Through Deductions is Pending Release

When will the IRS issue guidance on new Internal Revenue Code section 199A? That’s among the top questions on CPAs’ minds related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The answer could be soon soon, [...]

Country Time Lemonade Takes a Stand For Kids’ Business Permits with ‘Legal-Ade’

“When life hands you outdated laws, make lemonade, and get Legal-Ade.” That’s Country Time lemonade’s motto as it stands up to introduce Legal-Ade -- “a crack team ready to straighten out lemonade stand-related permits and [...]

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