I’ve received a lot of feedback about notifications for my weekly column on Bloomberg Tax. I agree that it would be much more useful if you could get a ping every time it goes live. Unfortunately, that functionality is not yet available (though, sit tight, because some things are in the works).I have been posting the links on Twitter (@taxgirl), Facebook (@taxgirl), and LinkedIn (@taxgirl). I would encourage you to consider a follow on one of the social media platforms – the tax communities on social are so fantastic – but I appreciate that not everyone has the bandwidth, mentally or otherwise, to participate. As a workaround, I’ll be posting the link to my column each week here – on Taxgirl – so that my readers can easily find my column. The column does live on Bloomberg Tax, but it is outside of the paywall. You don’t have to be…

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/adc96e88-0de8-4e9a-ad89-b9d836f84fc8/ Big Four accounting firm PwC made waves earlier this year when it introduced a “work anywhere” policy for its 55,000 US employees, allowing them to choose an all-virtual work option. The policy is intended to help PwC attract new talent and retain top talent in a competitive market. The tax profession isn’t always leading the charge when it comes to workforce changes, but some big firms, like PwC, are adopting new flexible “work anywhere” policies to attract and retain top talent. On today’s episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly welcomes back Kathryn Kaminsky to discuss more about expectations of today’s competitive workforce, and what the implications of a “work anywhere” policy can mean for businesses. Kathryn is Vice Chair and Trust Solutions Co-Leader at PwC. In this role, she leads the combined Tax and Assurance business. Kathryn is responsible for the quality of service, excellence in the work performed…

https://player.captivate.fm/episode/7772a783-d219-4ea7-ba8b-0cb430850db5/ From work from home, to deductions, to Wayfair, it’s clear that state and local taxes (SALT) have become critical in the tax world. While the larger focus used to sit squarely on federal taxes, the industry lens seems to be shifting toward SALT more and more. State and local taxes can seem complicated, especially in a nearly post-pandemic economy where so many taxpayers are still working remotely. How does the federal tax realm compare to SALT? On today’s episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Jamie Szal to chat about why this shift is happening and why SALT is so crucial to today’s tax landscape. Jamie is a tax attorney at Brann and Isaacson, where she focuses on assisting businesses with state and local tax controversy matters from audits and administrative proceedings through civil litigation. She is a graduate of Trinity College, and earned her JD from…

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