With tax season underway, individuals are scrambling to pull together all the necessary documents before the April 15 deadline. But free assistance is available through Missouri State’s Public Service Tax Clinics Program, which was recently awarded a grant for $13,234 from the Walmart Foundation via United Way of the Ozarks.
The Accounting Club at Missouri State University was recently recognized by the Institute of Management Accountants.
The chapter was the recipient of the Award of Excellence and the Outstanding Student Chapter award and received a cash award of $1,000 in recognition of this achievement.
Chapters are evaluated on seven criteria including: planning and evaluation, communications, programs and activities and administrative. Missouri State was one of only four chapters nationally recognized as an Outstanding Student Chapter.
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The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) clinics at Missouri State University will open Feb. 8 and run Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. throughout the tax season. The clinics will be held in Glass Hall on the fourth floor. Dr. Kerri Tassin, director of the public income tax clinics at Missouri State, shares about […]
Dr. Sandra Byrd, professor in the School of Accountancy at Missouri State University, received a grant renewal for the Low Income Tax Clinic. The clinic, which offers both controversy and English as a second language (ESL) services, has been helping those in low income households for many years.
Students from the School of Accountancy at Missouri State University will assist individuals with free tax preparation, e-filing and questions about other tax issues as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Low Income Tax Clinic (LITC) programs through April 14.
Missouri State University runs a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to prepare and file tax returns for qualified individuals. VITA, established by the Internal Revenue Service, is designed to assist taxpayers with their current year tax return preparation. The VITA services are free to qualifying individuals — taxpayers with income of less than $51,000, older […]
The MSU School of Accountancy will once again this spring be offering its free tax preparation clinics to the general public who qualify under the low income guidelines. This service will begin Saturday, February 2, 2013 and run through Saturday, April 13, 2013. Please check our link under “Public Service Tax Clinics” for dates, times, locations and additional information.
Olivia Kimminau, a Graduate Assistant for the School of Accountancy during the Spring 2013 semester, has been named by the Missouri Society of CPAs as the December 2012 Student of the Month. Olivia was nominated by the faculty at Missouri State University for this honor. The MSCPA has a student website, www.leap-forward.com<http://www.leap-forward.com>, which highlights accounting majors in Missouri. Every month an accounting major from a Missouri school, who is an MSCPA student member, is showcased. Please check out the direct link (<http://www.leap-forward.com/sotmwinner.html>) to the winner’s page on Thursday, January 31, 2013 or later to read about Olivia as the newest monthly winner!
The annual SOA Scholarship & Awards Banquet for the upcoming fall 2013 semester will be held on Thursday, September 5, 2013 in the Crystal Room of Kentwood Hall commencing at 6:30 p.m. The event is free to School of Accountancy scholarship award recipients, but we encourage recipients to bring guest(s) to share the evening with them (at the cost of @$20 per person to cover the cost of the banquet meal). Tickets may be purchased in the SOA office up to two days before the event. Please call Linda in the School of Accountancy office at 417-836-5414 with any questions regarding the event.