The Missouri State Board of Accountancy has amended accountancy rule in that as of Jan. 1, 2020, a licensee shall complete a minimum of 40 CPE hours a year, including two hours of ethics. Beginning Jan. 1, 2021, licensees in good standing will be granted a 60-day grace period (until March 1) for any CPE shortage. Upon audit, if the state board disallows any of a licensee's course hours, they will have 30 days to obtain qualifying CPE. In addition, the rules include clarification on using inactive status.
The IRS has updated rules concerning use of standard mileage rates and to reflect suspension of miscellaneous itemized deductions and moving-expense deductions, reports the Journal of Accountancy.
Get an update on current federal tax developments as of Dec. 2 from Ed Zollars, CPA.
Glean the latest industry knowledge from top notch speakers at MOCPA’s remaining 2019 signature events! Find out why these remain among the society’s most attended and longest running learning opportunities.
Take advantage of these upcoming learning opportunities to ensure your team has the knowledge they need heading into tax season.
Learn about the issues that could impact your company and profession, and help educate legislators on the fiscal impact of their decisions at this complimentary event on Jan. 22 at the State Capitol.
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