Internet of Things: Keeping Security in Focus

At Schneider Downs, we understand that the continuous advancement of technology fuels a corresponding expansion in the variety of internet-connected systems ... read more >

IRS releases guidance to taxpayers for changing accounting methods to conform to financial accounting revenue recognition standards

On May 10, 2018, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2018-29 (hereinafter Rev. Proc. 2018-29) to provide new, automatic procedures for taxpayers changing ... read more >

Congressional Research Service Releases Tax Policy Options on College Endowments

Educational institution endowments have come under attack from all sides lately. Whether it is the new excise tax on net investment income, a Congressman ... read more >

12 Simple Words

This fall, I will be entering my fifth year at Penn State to finish my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting and, in a few short weeks, ... read more >

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone

Internship

By Lauren Johnson

During the past year, everything that I knew to be normal was completely changed. Not only did I find myself at a new Penn State campus with over 40,000 ... read more >

Pennsylvania Issues Exemption Form for 1099-MISC Withholding

Act 43 of 2017 imposed a withholding requirement on payors of Pennsylvania-source income to non-resident individuals and single member LLCs. The requirement ... read more >

Lifestages: The Final Frontier

You have a lovely retirement mapped. But after the travel, second careers and volunteerism, when you are feeling your age, what then? What does that phase ... read more >

Tariffs Pose Challenge to Construction Firms

Construction|Tax

By Dave Foutz

Earlier this year, there were New Tariffs Proposed on Steel and Aluminum by President Trump. The tariffs amount to 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum imports. ... read more >