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Tax Reform on the Horizon

Tax simplification would make life easier for some, but history paints an unlikely outlook for this sentiment. Temporary tax law changes passed at the end of 2017 as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) are no exception. Several temporary tax laws will expire on December 31, 2025, including all the individual changes and the estate tax exemption. But with an election year next year in 2024, their fate is anyone’s guess. We cannot predict what will happen with certainty, but a few bills out in the legislature that may provide hints about what Congress is focusing on in the near term.

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KyCPA Celebrates 100 Years

KyCPA's 100-Year Anniversary Celebration has begun! At the Holiday Luncheon on December 8, 2023 we officially kicked off our celebration. Throughout the upcoming year, we invite you to join us on a journey through the rich history of CPAs in Kentucky and toward the promising future of your noble profession. Visit kycpa.org/100 and explore the many ways we are commemorating this milestone. On June 14, we'll be hosting a dazzling party with a Roaring 20s theme at the Olmsted, in Louisville starting at 6 p.m. Embrace the Roaring 20s theme and come dressed to impress! It promises to be an unforgettable evening featuring dinner, music and dancing. Tickets are $50 per person, you may reserve a table or be a Table Sponsor. For those looking to contribute more to this momentous occasion, we have additional sponsorship opportunities.

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Tax in the Bluegrass: 2023's biggest state tax issues

There were many big state tax issues for 2023. This article looks at the following: Alternative apportinment PTET entities Remote workers PL 86-272 Unequal and non-uniform property tax assessments

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2024 Policy Preview

As the New Year approaches, the CPA profession continues to serve a substantial leadership role in business, tax, and advisory services across the Commonwealth. The 2024 Legislative Session will focus on Kentucky’s next biennial budget with accompanied tax reform discussions. At a national level CPAs continue to discuss multiple pathways to the education, licensure, and experience needed to address the declining number of students entering the profession while balancing the ability of CPAs to practice across state lines. As federal issues like beneficial ownership information reporting and PCAOB oversight intensify, the profession will need to meet a variety of challenges.

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Elizabeth Rankin, CPA, owner of ANEW 401K TPA, LLC

“I have learned so much about leadership, presentation skills, and professionalism during my volunteer time; it has served me well and will continue to serve me in the future.”

—Elizabeth Rankin, CPA, owner of ANEW 401K TPA, LLC | Member since 1998
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