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Currently, owners of real property used for business or held as an investment can potentially exchange property of the same type, tax free. This “swap” falls under the guidance of Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031, which allows participants…
The Colorado Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) calls for extra tax revenue to be returned to taxpayers this year. Read on to see who qualifies.
Those in the process of finalizing their adoption of the current expected credit loss (CECL) accounting standard can learn from the earlier adopter’s experiences with CECL adoption, particularly during the model validation process.
To prepare for the year ahead, financial institutions’ audit committees should consider the following top 10 topics to discuss with management teams, internal and external auditors, and other advisors.
New Ohio legislation creates a workaround to the $10,000 SALT deduction cap and creates an elective entity-level tax on qualifying PTEs.
The pandemic left many organizations struggling with staff shortages. Read on for tips on developing organizational values that can help nonprofits.
Following the merger of BKD and DHG on June 1, healthcare clients can expect the same top-notch client service from professionals at FORVIS—and more.
Read on for ways that organizations receiving federal funds can provide transparency and oversight in their monitoring and planning activities.
Although each prudential bank regulator views the $10 billion asset threshold differently from a supervisory perspective, institutions are tasked with understanding their new regulatory scope.
Read on for a summary of NAIC activity or NAIC-related activity that occurred in June.