Valuable publications that make it easier to run your practice
Take advantage of the free tax publications Paychex offers accounting professionals to help you develop and maintain a prosperous accounting and business-consulting practice.
U.S. Master Tax Guide
This publication, which Paychex distributes at year-end to select accounting professionals, provides fast and reliable answers to tax-related questions, along with precise explanations of new rules established by court decisions and the IRS.
Both the hard-copy and online versions are available through your Paychex sales representative or in the Accountant Knowledge Center (AKC). The online version will be available mid-December.
Log into the AKC to access the guide online and stay current with post-publication developments. New information is added daily and powered by our partners at CCH.
2020 Federal Tax Key Facts and Figures
This valuable tool provides quick reference information that CPAs will find useful throughout the year, such as tax rates and deduction information.
The Key Facts and Figures Card is authored by CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business.
2020 Depreciation Key Facts and Figures
This quick guide provides current depreciation rate information in one handy, easy-to-use reference. This resource reflects the latest standard mileage rates, declining balance rates, bonus depreciation rates, code sec. 179 expensing, depreciation periods for common assets and businesses, depreciation recapture, and much more.
The Depreciation Facts and Figures Card is authored by CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business.
Coronavirus tax Relief
Read the latest Special Report on Paid Leave Mandates, Tax Credits Provided for Paid Leave, and the Proposed Postponement of Return Due Dates.
Accountant Research: Human Resources White Paper
Businesses today face more regulatory and HR demands than ever before. Is your firm positioned to meet these client needs?
Paychex and CPA.com commissioned SourceMedia Research to conduct a survey among 379 public accountants who work with clients with fewer than 50 employees to identify trends and opportunities for accountants in HR services and employee benefits.