Not-for-profit leaders, take a look at the Board of Directors. Who is there? Is it a table (or a Zoom call) of different types of people, with varied backgrounds and different races and cultures?
Final Guidance on Business Interest Expense Deduction Limitation Under Section 163(j) in the CARES Act
Many U.S. companies took advantage of the Paycheck Protection Program, Economic Injury Disaster Assistance Loans, and other funding sources to shore up cash flow amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Exposure to state tax has been steadily increasing in recent months. From the Wayfair Supreme Court case in 2018 to mounting financial pressures from COVID-19, states are looking at all options to collect revenue they are entitled to.
The recent cancellation of the General Services Administration (GSA) $15Billion Alliant 2 Small Business (A2SB) contract highlights the need for small government contractors to have a properly evaluated cost accounting system.
From data breaches to malware, retailers—particularly those that have amplified their e-commerce efforts—must be mindful of cyberattacks. (authored by RSM US LLP)
High-quality municipal bonds have long played a key role as a source of stability and tax-exempt income in a well-diversified portfolio.
What does it mean to be a real estate professional? For many, the answer is straightforward: they’re landlords, property developers, contractors, and investors.
Middle market companies have increasingly become the primary target for cybercriminals, with data security incidents rising each year. (authored by RSM US LLP)
Commercial real estate leases are changing. And according to the New York Times, banks currently hold about $2.38 trillion of commercial real estate loans. As tenants renegotiate their leases, building owners and landlords will likely be asking banks to restructure their loans, too.