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Internal Revenue Service

The IRS is one of the world’s most efficient tax administrators and can be a great resource when looking for a quick answer, form, or to pay your taxes. One of the most common requests is a refund status request. Use the links below for the appropriate agency.

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State:
   Connecticut
   New York
   Massachusetts
   New Jersey

Connecticut Department of Revenue The CT DRS is in charge of administering tax laws and collecting tax revenue from those who live or work in CT. Their website provides a wealth of information from news, forms, and new laws.

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants The AICPA was founded in 1887 and is the worlds largest organization representing CPA's and the accounting profession. There are nearly 400,000 members in 128 countries and work in business and industry, public practice, government, non-profits, and education.

Connecticut Society of CPAs This state society was founded in 1908 to be the professional association in CT that promotes and supports state CPAs through advocacy, community, and education. There are over 6,000 members representing all aspects of accounting.


Article Series: Certified Public Accountants: What's the difference?

Part One: How is a CPA different from an accountant or tax preparer?
In the world of accounting there are many different types of degrees, certifications and licenses. One of the most frequent questions I hear is, “How does a CPA differ from an accountant or tax preparer?” There are big differences not only in training, but also in the services each one can provide. Read more ...

Part Two: What kinds of services can a CPA provide?
As discussed in part one of this article series, a CPA is a professional who has demonstrated an in-depth knowledge of financial accounting, tax, business law, auditing, and general business. There are four main types of services a CPA provides: Assurance, Accounting, Taxes, and Business Consulting. Read more ...

Part Three: Do I need a CPA? Many individuals and business owners often find themselves asking whether or not they should hire a CPA. For individuals this always seems to happen between February and April (tax time!). Business owners and/or managers may find this question creeping into their thoughts throughout the year as they deal with day-to-day operational finances, such as bookkeeping, payroll, and banking. When deciding if you need to hire a CPA, start by asking yourself the following five questions. Read more ...

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