Monday, May 14, 2012
Sandra Johnson, president of Sandra G. Johnson, CPA, P.C. was part of a group representing the National Conference of CPA Practitioners that met with representatives of the Senate, Congress and the Internal Revenue Service to lobby for tax law changes.
On the agenda was the AMT. Originally designed to tax only the wealthy, AMT now affects middle-class taxpayers living in high cost-of-living areas like the east and west coasts. Among other topics, the organization was looking to effect a change in the deductibility of health insurance premiums for small business owners and sought to increase the deductibility of Long Term Care insurance premiums for taxpayers.
Sandy’s participation in these conferences reflects her commitment to her profession, small businesses and individual taxpayers.
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