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Eric Wallace, LLC released extensive tools and templates to assist CPA firms and large companies in implementing the highly complex tangible property regulations (TPRs) issued by the IRS. Eric Wallace’s TPR Tools and Templates© are a compilation of Word, PDF, Excel, and voice files covering TPR examples (completed 3115s to client communications), tools, templates, and related supporting training for a firm or large business to use to implement the TPRs for its clients or Company.

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Tax Method Changes Toolkit and Tangible Property Regulation (TPR) Toolkit for CPA Firms and Businesses

Eric Wallace’s Tax Method Changes.com© and TPR Tools and Templates© are a compilation of examples, tools, templates, and related supporting training and documents for a firm or business to use to implement or maintain (a) tax accounting methods and (b) the tangible property regulations (TPRs) for its clients.

These Templates and Toolkits were developed and created by Eric Wallace to:
 

  • Assist CPA firms in properly advising clients,

  • Prepare the appropriate tax forms in order for clients or businesses to adopt or change tax methods, and/or

  • Assist clients or businesses in implementing required changes to their internal processes.
     

View the Tax Method Change Choices or the TPR table of contents summary for the toolkits. As you will discern, we have spent great effort creating and putting these Toolkits together. These Toolkits continue to evolve as tax method changes are issued or changed, and we update the Toolkits for changes.

This collaboration was developed by the Eric Wallace, LLC team; headed by Eric P. Wallace, CPA, ericw@ericwallacecpa.com. Eric has been the expert on various tax methods and TPR issues (sections 162, 167, 168, 263(a) and 1016) for CCH, and several large CPA firms for years.

These Toolkits are a result of many hours invested in mastering the issues and compliance requirements. They were developed to save CPA firms and businesses many hours in the implementation of method changes and to assure their firm liability/risk is greatly reduced.

Why are the TPRs a significant issue to CPA Firms and Businesses?
Where to Begin
Significant Tax Deductions May Be Available
How to Start the Process
Why are the TPRs and other Tax Method Changes a Significant Issue?
Where to Begin
Significant Tax Deductions May Be Available
How to Start the Process

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