Article Archives: 2017

Die-hard college sports fans are not cheering about one change made in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Boosters have traditionally been allowed an 80% charitable contribution deduction for donations to their favorite institute of higher education,

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Tax planning isn’t typically anyone’s favorite part of the year—especially when major tax reform is involved. Typical year-end tax planning advice expounds on the virtues of accelerating deductions and deferring income,

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On Thursday, December 21, President Trump is expected to sign the new law. Most of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s provisions will take effect on January 1, 2018.

This leads to the next logical question: “Is there anything I need to do before January 1st to take advantage of,

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An organization’s board of directors plays a unique and important role in providing the internal control oversight.

Internal control is defined by COSO1 as a “process, effected by an entity’s board of directors,

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Posted by: Victoria Kitts in Audit Tips.

I’ve recently read many blog posts, news articles, and LinkedIn stories that seem to be trying to look into a crystal ball to see the future of auditing.

Some sources talk about changes to professional standards that would allow auditors to rely more on data analysis as direct audit evidence.

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in Investing.

Earlier this year, Congress enacted new IRS audit procedures applicable to partnerships. The new rules, which apply to partnership returns filed after 2018, are expected to have a significant impact on tax exempt partners.

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Unfortunately, the weather has not been kind to U.S. residents in the last few weeks. Recent natural disasters have many charities looking for ways to assist in the affected areas.

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Taxpayers who do business both inside and outside of the State of Washington, and who earn revenue from performing services or licensing intangibles, are now required to complete an Annual B&O Tax “Reconciliation of Apportionable Income.”

The form must be submitted to the Department of Revenue by October 31st of each year.

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Posted by: Rene Schaefer in Federal Tax.

Is your business involved in creating intellectual property or process and product improvement? If so, you or your business may qualify for federal research credit cash incentives.

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We believe the answer to the above question is, quite simply, “Yes.” Perhaps the more relevant question is, “when and how will Blockchain technology become part of my daily reality?” This question is harder to answer.

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