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  • 2 Apr 2020 11:34 AM | MaSEA Staff (Administrator)

    The Governor's advisory that non-essential companies shut down is an advisory. The Legal and Financial professions are generally considered essential. As a tax preparer, you can expedite a refund to the unemployed or working with reduced pay. EAs are allowed to give tax advice and assist taxpayers about the timing of filing. Does delaying a 2019 filing increase or reduce the stimulus pay-out. EAs are allowed to represent taxpayers who get DOR Refund Verification Review letters, need research of payment amounts, get letters of proposed changes or assessments. Perhaps IRS collections, lien and levy enforcements have been suspended until July 15th, but EA's are still generally considered essential.

    You personal well being is most essential. In all cases, consider your health and personal safety first.

  • 30 Mar 2020 12:54 PM | MaSEA Staff (Administrator)

    Just recently, Last week NH announced a tax extension. NY State published Notice N20-2 that supersedes Notice 20-1 that was published just a few days before. NYS maintains a website FAQ page. Some tax jurisdictions have closed walk-in centers and due to staffing reductions even shutdown call centers. When preparing state, county or city income return, a practitioner's best resource is likely that tax jurisdiction's website. The rules are changing as we play the game.

  • 30 Mar 2020 12:53 PM | MaSEA Staff (Administrator)

    Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Senate President Karen Spilka and House Speaker Robert DeLeo today announced an agreement to extend the 2019 state individual income tax filing and payment deadline from April 15 to July 15 due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. This income tax relief is automatic and taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms to qualify. Click here to learn more.

  • 30 Mar 2020 12:53 PM | MaSEA Staff (Administrator)

    The April dinner and CE has been cancelled due to the growing concerns surrounding COVID-19. MASEA board members will hold a meeting with the time and day TBD. All board members will receive instructions on how to call in or attend via video once this has been finalized. 

  • 16 Dec 2019 10:26 AM | MaSEA Staff (Administrator)

    The MA legislature has an appetite to change the state Estate Tax. EA’s should contact their Beacon Hill delegation to encourage such. On the MaSEA homepage is a sample letter to email or mail to your state Representative and Senator. Here is another chance to put MA EA’s on the forefront of state tax reform. Download sample letter

  • 16 Dec 2019 10:24 AM | MaSEA Staff (Administrator)

    Watch this page as tax topics and presenters are finalized. We will convene at the Waltham Hilton Garden Inn, 450 Totten Pond Rd, Waltham, just off Rt 128.

    The member meeting fee of $50 includes 2 CPE, dinner and a grEAt time with fabulous people.

    For Dinner Meetings, (Sep, Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, Apr & May), the typical meeting schedule is

                    -3 p.m.: Board Meeting are open to all members
                    -5 p.m.: The social networking hour
                    -6 p.m.: Dinner
                    -7 p.m.: The tax topic presentation

    September 19th- 2019

    October 17th-2019

    November 20-2019

    December 18th-2019 Breakfast meeting

    -7:00 a.m. Breakfast
    -7:30 a.m. CPE presentation
    -9:30 a.m. board meeting

    January 16th-2020

    February 20th-2020

    March 19th- 2020 Share shop

    April 23rd- 2020

    May 21st- 2020

    June- 11th annual meeting

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