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Main Street Practitioner

In this issue of Main Street Practitioner:

  • Taxing the Gig Economy, Part 4: Artists, Musicians, and Makers Who Cross Borders Should be Proactive to Avoid Major Tax Pitfalls
  • Five Data Security Tips for Accounting Firms
  • Successful Strategies to Raise Your Fees
  • Bench Strength – What Accounting Firms Need to Succeed at Succession
  • Justice Department Sends Stern Warning to Employers with Continuing Crackdown on Employment Tax Fraud
  • 20-Steps to Pass with the NSA EA


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