ERC submissions are under scrutiny by the IRS due to a surge in questionable claims. Are you confident your claim meets the eligibility requirements and can stand up to a potential audit?
Notice 2023-62 provides an administrative transition period for Roth catch-up contributions to high-income individuals.
Private foundations generally may not engage in transactions with disqualified persons, even under terms that are favorable to the private foundation.
To maximize your Social Security benefits, there are decisions and considerations to take into account such as: when to begin collecting, tax implications, spousal benefits, and how social security benefits relate to eligibility for Medicare and disability benefits.
The IRS has temporarily halted processing of employee retention credit claims and will provide additional guidance for businesses.
IRS Provides Tax Relief and Extension for South Carolina and Florida Taxpayers Impacted by Hurricane Idalia
IRS announces new Hurricane Idalia tax relief and a new February 15, 2024 tax deadline for all individuals and businesses in South Carolina.
The regulation has been introduced to improve transparency in the markets for sustainable investment products while increasing transparency around sustainability claims made by FMPs.
Donations to charity fell to $499 billion last year, a 3.4% decrease from 2021.
This article discusses estate planning and tax considerations after the sale of a business interest or other liquidity event, including common strategies to reduce estate tax and meet charitable giving goals.
While many larger public organizations likely already have processes and resources in place to meet these requirements, emerging and middle market public companies may need to make structural and cultural changes to enhance or adopt cybersecurity oversight, management, and reporting processes to comply with the final rules.