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Hiring This Summer? You May Qualify for a Valuable Tax Credit
New hires from certain disadvantaged “targeted” groups may qualify your business for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Here’s an overview of this potentially valuable tax break, including how it’s calculated.
Now or Later? When to Report Subsequent Events
Beware: Floods, fires, mergers and other major events that happen after the end of the accounting period may have to be reported or disclosed in your company’s financial statements.
SALT Update - Notice and Report Laws
Before the new economic nexus threshold was affirmed in South Dakota v. Wayfair, states were looking for ways to get around the nexus restrictions of Quill v. North Dakota. Federal nexus restrictions prevented them from directly applying sales tax to out-of-state companies, but they could apply other reporting requirements and push use taxes. That is where we get “notice and report” laws.
Put a QOE Report to Work for You
Are you buying or selling a business? If so, a quality of earnings (QOE) report can help identify potential problems and value-adding opportunities, as well as expedite the M&A due diligence process. Here’s how.
Dissecting the Role of the Forensic Accountant in Litigation
What exactly do forensic accountants do? We help cut fraud losses, preserve confidentiality and admissibility of evidence, and possibly reduce litigation costs. Here’s how.
College Financing May Be an Integral Part of Your Estate Plan
Don’t miss a valuable opportunity to make direct payments of your grandchild’s tuition. This strategy can reduce potential gift and estate tax exposure.
QBID Opportunities for Business Owners
With the major overhaul of the tax code in December 2017 that included the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and subsequent proposed and final regulations issued, taxpayers run the risk of missing valuable deductions available to them either due to complexity of the law or confusion over the interpretation thereof. One such example of a valuable tax break is the Qualified Business Income Deduction (QBID).
How Entrepreneurs Must Treat Expenses on Their Tax Returns
Starting a new business can be a hectic, exciting and expensive time. Be aware that not all start-up expenses can be deducted on your tax return right away. Some may have to be amortized over time.
Casualty Loss Deductions: You Can Claim One Only for a Federally Declared Disaster
The rules for deducting personal casualty losses on a tax return have changed for 2018 to 2025. Specifically, you generally can’t deduct losses unless the casualty event qualifies as a federally declared disaster.
Can “collective Impact” Help Your Nonprofit Accomplish More?
“Collective impact” projects can succeed in ways that simply aren’t available to individual nonprofit organizations. But these cross-sector initiatives can be complicated and time-consuming. Learn more.
Close-up on Professional Standards for CPAs
CPAs rank among the most trusted professionals. And that trust is well warranted because of the extensive guidance that accountants and auditors must follow.
Employee Vs. Independent Contractor: How Should You Handle Worker Classification?
Failure to properly treat workers as independent contractors can be an expensive mistake for employers. Take a look at ways to proactively plan ahead.

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