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Deciphering cryptocurrency reporting requirements

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) was signed into law on November 15, 2021. It includes new information reporting requirements that will generally apply to digital asset transactions starting

COVID Relief Program Updates and Q&A

Do you still have questions about the COVID relief programs? Join us for an overview of what’s available and learn about any updates to the: Paycheck Protection Program Employee Retention

Company Tax Savings for Holiday Gifts and Holiday Parties

The calendar year is winding down and the holiday season will soon be upon us. Last year the pandemic caused many holiday parties to be canceled, so this year your

Infrastructure Bill Signed but the Build Back Better Act Still Under Discussion

There are relatively few tax provisions in the recently signed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act legislation, but more extensive changes may be coming in the fiscal year 2022 budget reconciliation

Moving to another state after retirement? Consider these tax implications before making the move.

You might be considering moving to another state after retirement, possibly looking to relocate to be closer to family and friends or somewhere where the weather is more appealing. While

Year-End Tax Updates and Legislative Changes

Part I: The New Lease Accounting Standard Overview

In February 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued the new standard on leases – Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-02. After some delay, the adoption of the new lease

Evaluating Your Tech Stack

As new technology and software are developed each day, it is important to always be evaluating your organization’s technology stack. You might be asking yourself, “What is a tech stack?”.

Cost Segregation Study – when does it makes sense for your business

Often, businesses allocate all or most of their buildings’ acquisition or construction costs to real property, overlooking opportunities to allocate costs to shorter-lived personal property or land improvements. A cost

Why you should make Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) from your IRA

If you are 70 ½ or older, have an IRA, and make charitable contributions this strategy may be for you. Under our current tax system, the standard deduction is very