Financial Management and Retirement Planning Tips for Young Professionals

Navigating the shift from college to adulthood can be challenging, especially when it comes to financial management. Contributing early to retirement plans and managing credit, savings, and student loans can make a big difference in long-term financial health.

2023-05-04T12:44:38-04:00May 1, 2023|Categories: Wealth Management|Tags: |

Will New Rules Exempt Your Benefit Plan from the Annual Audit Requirement?

On February 24, 2023, the Federal Register announced changes to the 2023 Form 5500. One significant change was in the method for determining which employee benefit plans will require an audit for 2023.

2023-04-26T17:15:39-04:00April 26, 2023|Categories: Audit & Assurance, Employee Benefit Plans|Tags: |

Sales Tax Considerations for Exempt Organizations

The application of sales and use tax to the activity of exempt organizations is complex and nuanced. State tax and exempt organizations specialists explain what you need to know.

2023-04-26T17:30:48-04:00April 18, 2023|Categories: Not-for-Profit, Private Clubs, Tax: Exempt Organizations|Tags: |

What C Corporations Need to Know About the FDII Deduction

Foreign-derived intangible income (FDII) is generated when a C Corporation serves foreign markets. This includes the sale of property, licensing intangible property, as well as [...]

2023-04-26T16:11:30-04:00April 13, 2023|Categories: Tax: Business, Tax: International|Tags: |

Simplified Accounting for Commonly-Controlled Leases

FASB's amendments to ASC 842 offer simpler guidance for common control lease arrangements and provide a practical expedient for lessees to account for leases in common arrangements without considering legal enforceability.

2023-04-10T13:39:07-04:00April 10, 2023|Categories: Accounting|Tags: , |

When Remote Employees Work Overseas: Three Ways to Avoid Cross-Border Tax Complications

If your business has — or is considering hiring — remote employees working outside the U.S., it’s important to know how that arrangement impacts employment tax. Here are three considerations to protect your business from cross-border tax complications.

2023-04-04T15:29:24-04:00April 5, 2023|Categories: Tax: International|Tags: |

Employee Retention Credit Fraud Remains a Top Risk

The IRS has warned taxpayers about pandemic relief fraud before. Employee retention credit fraud is now so widespread that the IRS added it to its annual list of Dirty Dozen tax scams.

2023-04-13T13:40:20-04:00March 31, 2023|Categories: Tax: Business|Tags: , , , |

What Government Contractors Need to Know about PTET

Understanding the rules and laws governing PTETs and various state rules, as well as GAAP guidance, can help make sure government contractors remain compliant and efficient.

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