This month’s Bud Brief includes updated information about Arizona’s burgeoning cannabis industry. We last updated you in detail in the ASCPA’s January/February newsletter. Our section’s mission is to bring education and information to Arizona CPAs to better serve clients while protecting the public in this burgeoning cannabis and hemp industry.
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This month’s update includes information about challenges to the PPP application process, updates to the State Board of Accountancy’s forms, the legislative session and COVID-19 liability.
Among other actions at its January 27, 2021 meeting, the ASCPA Board of Directors reviewed the following items.
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This month’s update includes information about Arizona’s legislative session, conformity letters sent to lawmakers, PAC contributions, corporate e-filings, the taxpayer advocate report to Congress and an update from this month’s Accountancy Board meeting.
As we start the New Year, hopefully, fresh from all the tax drama, we can at least take a deep breath and rejoice about some Covid-19 tax relief. On Sunday, December 27, 2020, the President signed into law, what is called, the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), a combination of Covid-19 relief along with many other provisions amongst the 5,593 pages.
This month’s update includes information on the Arizona State Board of Accountancy’s December meeting, Governor Ducey’s latest executive orders and PPP tax deductibility. Also included is information on the Arizona Legislature, an ASCPA podcast on income tax conformity and our inaugural Advocacy Roundtable event.
For 23 years, Catholic Education Arizona has provided tuition scholarships to students at 37 schools, one of them being St. Mary’s Catholic High School. St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Phoenix has been creating community leaders for over 100 years. One such alumnus, Justin Bayless, President & CEO of Bayless Integrated Healthcare, has thrived as a leader in Phoenix and set the bar high during the recent pandemic.
This month’s update includes information on the 2020 General Election, the November State Board of Accountancy meeting, remote sellers and marketplace facilitators news, and the ASCPA Advocacy Roundtable.
This month’s update includes information on the Arizona State Board of Accountancy, the inaugural ASCPA Advocacy Roundtable event, a new interim rule for PPP loan forgiveness, an ad hoc committee on emergency powers and a CPA license renewal reminder.