Upcoming Events

August
14

Covid Related Tax Update

 8 hrs CE Webinar  AAI Member 235.00  Non-AAI Member - 260.00

This unique webinar is in final development right now!  It is very current and is presented by TaxSpeaker speakers.  Topics to be discussed include: PPP loan forgiveness (the rules, forms, and examples), CARES Act immediate 2020 changes, Incredible estate and gift tax changes, Working remotely (how to do it and do it securely), and Planning for clients with reduced 2020 income. More Info
September
22

Business Tax In-Depth

16 hrs CE - Webinar  AAI Member 327.00  Non-AAI Member - 352.00

The Tax Cuts bill changed everything we know about the formation and operation of C corporations, LLCs, and S corporations.  Within-depth coverage of LLC, S and C corporate tax issues the 2020 in-depth course also includes detailed analyses of the choice of entity that best fits the taxpayer, and corporate formation issues.  Every chapter has been updated for the effects of the end-of-2019 Budget Bill and both March 2020 tax bills, with in-depth discussion and examples of these changes! More Info

Welcome

As a member of AAI you will be joining other independent accountants across the state who share your professional concerns. You will become an integral part of a dynamic organization whose members enjoy a wide range of special services and opportunities. Your voice will be heard in decision-making processes that affect you and your profession in the State of Iowa. Your membership in AAI will provide you with benefits which will be valuable to your practice, your profession, and yourself.

Some benefits you can enjoy include: District meetings, quality education, active Web Site, Member Directory, a centralized administrative office for maintaining corporate records and answering member questions. Plus we are affiliated with the National Society of Accountants, we are a recognized liaison to state agencies, Small Business Administration and the Internal Revenue Service. We monitor state accountancy laws and regulations affecting the independent accountant, have a paid lobbyist that monitors state accounting laws, regulations and judicial decisions and have representation on Capital Hill.