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Thieves are constantly coming up with ways to scam taxpayers

It is unfortunate, but tax scams tend to rise during tax season or during times of crisis. Scam artists are using the COVID-19 pandemic to try to steal money and information from taxpayers.  Be on the lookout for these scams:  Dishonest return preparers: Taxpayers should avoid so-called “ghost” preparers who

Dan Warren Promoted to Tax Principal

Crosslin is pleased to announce that Dan Warren has been promoted to principal in the tax department.  In this role, he will assume a broader responsibility in leading the Crosslin tax team and focus on increased business development as the company continues its growth and expansion.  “Dan’s leadership and client

Consolidated Group NOL Regulations Under the Cares Act

The IRS has issued temporary and final regulations to provide guidance on the treatment of net operating losses (NOLs) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and certain treatment for consolidated groups. The guidance also includes the absorption of consolidated net operating loss carryovers and carrybacks and

Tennessee Community CARES Program for Not-for-Profits

Crosslin wanted to make sure our not-for-profit customers are aware of the Tennessee Community CARES Program, a new aid program that will provide $150 million in direct federally funded aid to non-profit organizations located in Tennessee and serving Tennesseans. This program will be funded by the Coronavirus Relief Fund, a