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New Forms and Questions on Form 1065

An update on the new partnership examination rules, based upon amendments to the original statute and the issuance of draft forms for 2018. This article focuses on the ability of the entities with... read more

Avoid Scams When Disasters Strike

After any disaster, like a tornado or wild fire, many people come forward to help victims. Unfortunately, however, these emergencies also bring out con artists who seek to exploit the situation... read more

IRS Extends Upcoming Deadlines, Provides Tax Relief For Victims Of Hurricane Florence

WASHINGTON — Hurricane Florence victims in parts of North Carolina and elsewhere have until Jan. 31, 2019, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments,... read more

Department of Revenue to Waive IRP/IFTA Requirements Due to Hurricane Florence

The Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Revenue, pursuant to the powers granted by law, is temporarily suspending the requirements associated with the Georgia International Registration Plan... read more

Six Steps To Take Before Disaster Strikes To Reduce Financial Loss

As hurricane season begins, GSCPA wants to make sure our members are prepared. Georgians can prepare for the possibility of a hurricane making landfall by working with their family to create an... read more

Gov. Deal Issues State of Emergency for Georgia as Hurricane Florence Approaches

“The state is mobilizing all available resources to ensure public safety ahead of Hurricane Florence,” said Deal. “In light of the storm’s forecasted southward track after... read more

What’s Next-Now That the Flood Waters Have Gone Down?

When looking at the devastation and aftermath of Hurricane Florence, you may be wondering how you are ever going to recover. Take a Deep Breath and Pace Yourself This has happened before, and... read more

Preliminary Thoughts on the Tax Implications of Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence has brought about unique circumstances never seen before by the residents of the Mid-Atlantic states. The catastrophic damage from Hurricane Florence is of the most catastrophic... read more

Personal Financial Planning Conference

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 / Atlanta, GA National and local speakers will discuss the latest trends and changes at the 2018 Personal Financial Planning Conference. Your... read more

2018 Financial Institutions Conference

CPAs working in or with all segments of the banking industry will benefit from detailed discussions at the  2018 Financial Institutions Conference  with industry leaders... read more

2018 Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference

Learn best practices from national experts on tax fraud and what taxpayers need to know about the 2017 Tax Act; business interruption; attorney client and accountant... read more

GSCPA Announces Accounting Industry Raised over 700K Meals in Two Weeks

The Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA) and the Georgia Food Bank Association (GFBA) are pleased to announce the results of the fifth annual Georgia Accounting Food... read more

Free PCPS Resource for September

As many of us start planning for busy season, an evaluation of your client list is a healthy process for firms of all sizes. A client's value is determined far beyond... read more

K. Scott Collins, CPA, Elected Chair of GSCPA Board of Directors

ATLANTA — K. Scott Collins, CPA, owner of Collins/Moody & Company, PC of Athens, has been elected chair of The Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants... read more