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Consider Section 179 Deductions for Real Estate Expenses

Consider Section 179 Deductions for Real Estate Expenses

Posted by Brian Kern on March 09, 2017

The Section 179 deduction for qualified real property expenses was made permanent under the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015. However, claiming this deduction isn’t a no-brainer. Here are the pros and cons.

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Spotlight on Business Tax Trends

Spotlight on Business Tax Trends

Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on March 09, 2017

What’s the most popular choice of entity: sole proprietorship, C corps, S corps, partnership or LLC? A recent report by the Joint Committee on Taxation answers this question — and highlights trends in how businesses have been structured over the last 35 years. 

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Are Your Employees Trained to Guard Against Risk?

Are Your Employees Trained to Guard Against Risk?

Posted by Johnathon Miles on February 27, 2017

One of the keys to managing operational risk is well-trained personnel at all levels. After all, no matter how carefully a business designs its policies, procedures, and controls, they’re only as reliable as the employees entrusted to implement them.

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IRS Reports a Significant Increase in Whistleblower Awards

IRS Reports a Significant Increase in Whistleblower Awards

Posted by Christopher Lukowski on February 20, 2017

2016 was a “transformative” year for the Whistleblower Office. Learn about the basics of the program and what changed in 2016. 

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Factoring Uncertainty into the Value of Your Business

Factoring Uncertainty into the Value of Your Business

Posted by William Allen on February 20, 2017

Businesses currently face numerous uncertainties in the marketplace. Some of these possible changes could be good for your business, while others could have negative effects on the value of your business.

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Close-Up on the Use of XBRL in Financial Reporting

Close-Up on the Use of XBRL in Financial Reporting

Posted by on February 13, 2017

Could so-called “inline XBRL,” eXtensible Business Reporting Language, help interactive data finally become more mainstream?

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Smart Device Users Beware: Fraud May Be Just a Click Away

Smart Device Users Beware: Fraud May Be Just a Click Away

Posted by Jill Johnson on February 06, 2017

New technology breeds new ways for hackers to commit fraud. As businesses increasingly use quick response (QR) codes to connect with customers using smart devices, opportunistic cybercriminals may use them to steal personal information and incur unauthorized charges. Find out ways to protect your smart devices from QR code “clickjacking” scams.

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Accounting for M&As

Accounting for M&As

Posted by Sherry DelleBovi on January 30, 2017

After an M&A, the buyer’s postdeal balance sheet looks markedly different than it did before the entities combined. Here’s guidance on reporting under GAAP. 

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Tax Fraud Awareness: How to Protect Your Identity and Assets

Tax Fraud Awareness: How to Protect Your Identity and Assets

Posted by on January 16, 2017

We all have a part to play in the fight against tax-related identity theft. Your role starts by learning the mechanics and warning signs. 

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Subsequent Events: To Report or Not To Report?

Subsequent Events: To Report or Not To Report?

Posted by Christopher Lukowski on January 09, 2017

Financial statements reflect a company’s financial position at a particular date and the operating results and cash flows for a period ended on that date, but major events or transactions sometimes happen after the reporting period ends but before financial statements are finalized. 

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