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Attention Educational Institutions: Penalties Will be Waived for Form 1098-T Filers

On Friday, August 28, 2015, the IRS announced that it will waive penalties assessed against any college, university, or other educational institution for ... read more >

Are Wearables Coming to the Construction Industry?

In the past few years, technology has dramatically changed the landscape of the construction industry. The advent of smartphones, tablets and mobile Wi-Fi ... read more >

The Affordable Care Act's Impact on the Self-Employed

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), much of the focus has been placed on businesses and how they must comply with the various mandates within the law. ... read more >

NFP Reporting Model - Part 4: Measuring and Disclosing Liquidity

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an exposure draft on the financial statement presentation of not-for-profit (NFP) entities this ... read more >

ND to SD


By John Nappi

When starting my college education at the University of Notre Dame, I was very uncertain as to what I really wanted to do as a career. My 14-year-old aspirations ... read more >

Items to Consider in Lease Negotiations

When entering into a commercial lease agreement, there are a few common mistakes made in the negotiation process that are avoidable, and could be impactful ... read more >

Disclosure Form Changes: Know Before You Owe


By Carley Taslov

Effective October 3, 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will combine two sets of existing disclosures under the Real Estate Settlement ... read more >

"PA Breeding Ground for Corruption"?

What? A headline in the August 2, 2015 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review says, “PA Breeding Ground for Corruption, Experts Say.” Can that be true – ... read more >

Exceeding Expectations: My Schneider Downs Experience


By Jarrod Martin

The August going into my junior year of college I created a list of goals I wanted to accomplish throughout the school year. My top priority was finding ... read more >

Ninth Circuit Decision Raises the Home Mortgage Limit on Property That is Co-Owned by Unmarried Individuals

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reversed a Tax Court decision (Voss v. Commissioner) and concluded, contrary to the Internal Revenue Service’s ... read more >

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