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Last week the inflation numbers came out and Sen. Joe Manchin decided he wanted to see what inflation numbers continue to do before moving forward with a reconciliation package, perhaps in September.
Bittner v. United States, a case now before the U.S. Supreme Court, concerns how to calculate penalties for taxpayers with nonwillful FBAR violations. Read on for details.
This year’s national CFMA conference covered several topics affecting the construction industry, including tax legislation and fraud prevention.
Financial institution’s audit plans must be responsive to risks such as errors, misstatement, and fraud.
ED recently issued an updated QRF for Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds. Read on for significant changes in the revised QRF.
In a hybrid world, the increased reliance on remote employees and e-commerce, companies should review where they are filing nexus.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has signed House Bill 2400, which includes an R&D tax credit and a SALT deduction. Read on for details.
When your personal or financial situation changes, it’s a good idea to consider updating your Form W-4. Read on for insights on figuring out your tax withholding.
See how a U.S. Supreme Court case could affect U.S. taxpayers obligated to file FinCEN Form 114, “Foreign Bank Account Report.”
July is the make-or-break month for Democrats as they aim to get something passed before the August recess and midterm elections.