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IRS Proposed Regulations Remove Requirement to Attach a Copy of Code Sec. 83(b) Election with the Tax Return

To assist taxpayers in e-filing of individual tax returns, the IRS has issued proposed regs[1] that eliminate the requirement that taxpayers must submit ... read more >

Corporate Executive Turnover

Senior leadership is a crucial component of any company. The senior management team is typically the face of the company and is responsible for overseeing ... read more >

What Can Fiduciaries Learn From Tibble v. Edison?

ERISA

By Scott Rain

The Supreme Court recently issued a decision in Tibble v. Edison International, establishing that a fiduciary has an ongoing duty under the Employee Retirement ... read more >

My Last Summer as a Student

With the start of my junior year approaching I was excited for the next two years to come. I knew that this summer would be my last summer as a student, ... read more >

Turn a Sales and Use Tax Assessment into a Refund of Overpayments

Has the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue notified you of a pending sales and use tax audit? Have you ever received an assessment from the Bureau of Audits? ... read more >

Consider a Business Intelligence (BI) Solution as Part of Your ERP Implementation

Technology

By Robert Morgan

When organizations implement their ERP system, they are faced with a number of challenges. For example, the areas of data conversion and report conversion ... read more >

Will Giving America a Raise Help or Hurt? The New Overtime Pay Proposal

In 1938, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed a bill that marked a milestone for the United States' workforce. The Fair Labor Standards Act of ... read more >

Fidelity Bond Requirements

ERISA

By Lara Fuller

Recently, the Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a Q & A regarding key points that plan sponsors should know about ERISA’s fidelity bonding ... read more >

Home Builders and the Completed Contract Method of Accounting

For tax purposes, large construction contractors are generally required to utilize the percentage-of-completion method of accounting to report taxable ... read more >

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