Blog Archives: 2019

Invest in a Qualified Opportunity Fund by End of Year for Maximum Tax Benefits

In order to enjoy the maximum potential tax benefits of a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF), you must invest in a QOF by December 31, 2019. This will allow you to hold the investment for seven years prior to December 31,

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New Question Regarding Cryptocurrencies Added to Form 1040

Virtual currency investors, and blockchain miners, take note: the IRS wants to know more about your 2019 cryptocurrency transactions.

In an effort to raise awareness of the tax consequences involving virtual currencies,

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Tone at the Top: The Most Important Internal Control?

It’s common knowledge that internal controls are important for preventing and detecting fraud. Separation of duties, multiple layers of review, two check signers for large disbursements, and written policies and procedures to formalize everything;

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Catching “Under the Radar” Fraud with Strong Internal Controls

When it comes to fraud, it is true that we live in a technological age of cyber-threats, such as ransomware and account hacking.  However, one should always remember that the opportunity to commit fraud can be as simple as not having basic internal controls.

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Washington B&O Tax Alert – Annual B&O Tax Apportionment Reconciliation Due October 31st

For business and occupation (“B&O”) tax purposes, taxpayers earning apportionable revenue calculate their taxable Washington revenue by applying a “receipts factor” apportionment methodology. Taxpayers computing B&O tax in this manner are required to complete and file an Annual Reconciliation of Apportionable Income form with the Department of Revenue.

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