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September 28, 2018
A Closer Look at Tax Consequences for Revenue Recognition for Portfolio Companies (article)
The accounting standard changes to revenue recognition may create scenarios where private equity and venture capital groups may have different methods of accounting for tax and financial reporting purposes.
September 25, 2018
Comprehensive Guidance on Paid Family and Medical Leave Credit Allows Retroactive Written Policies (article)
The IRS recently released new guidance about the expanded family and medical leave credit provision included in the 2017 tax reform law.
A Closer Look at the Tax Implications for Leasing (article)
The new leasing standard comes with tax consequences that companies should be aware of.
A Closer Look at Tax Consequences for Leasing for Portfolio Companies
The new leasing standard creates differences between financial reporting accounting and income tax reporting.
September 20, 2018
The Fundamentals of Group Captives
Transform Insurance cost from a pure expense into a financial reward with a Captive Insurance
September 19, 2018
5 Tips for Not-for-Profits in a Tight Labor Market (article)
It's a job seekers' market, which may make recruiting and retention especially challenging for not-for-profits.
September 18, 2018
Massachusetts Enforces Sales and Use Tax on Remote Vendors Following 'Wayfair' Decision (article)
Massachusetts recently released guidance to clarify sales and use tax laws in the wake of the "Wayfair" decision.
Trio of Bills Propose New Tax Benefits and Permanent Extension of Tax Reform Provisions (article)
Recent legislation outline some of the key provisions of the "Tax Reform 2.0" plan.
September 14, 2018
Rhode Island - Sales and Use Tax: SaaS Taxed (article)
A recent law change affects software in Rhode Island.
September 13, 2018
House Committee Advances 'Tax Reform 2.0'
9/13/18 - Bill Smith - Accounting Today