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The AICPA has released a statement on the Trump Tax Law Changes and how they will be tested on the CPA Exam. They will be tested in January 2019, which is a six-month delay. Analysis: Typically, new tax law changes are testable beginning in July each year, but will the massive changes, coupled with the fact that the CPA Exam itself is getting a slight facelift in Q2 2018, it looks like the AICPA is looking to change one thing at time, which I think is a smart move (and I’m sure CPA Candidates will agree) 🙂 Full Statement from the AICPA: New Tax Law Testing in 2019 (February 1, 2018) – The AICPA Board of Examiners (BOE) recently approved January 1, 2019 (19Q1) as the date on which content related to the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (Public Law No. 115-97 An act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to
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