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Bonne Année! Financial Resolutions for the New Year

Do you have a new year’s resolution? I have several, including learning French. I have downloaded Duolingo, a cool little app created by the prodigies
Tax
Bob Bandi | 1.5.2016

Employment Tax Audits Are Coming

All signs point to increased enforcement of employment tax laws, particularly regarding classification of workers as employees vs. independent contractors.

PATH Act of 2015 Extends 179D Through 2016

Impact of the PATH Act of 2015 on 179D On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act) that

Developing a Cybersecurity Culture in the Workplace

As we mention in our article about Cybersecurity frameworks, everyday employees are often the target of cybercriminals who intend to circumvent common
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Tax Extenders Affecting the Not-for-Profit Industry: A Closer Look

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed Tax “Extenders” legislation into law. Many of the provisions were made permanent. The bill includes

Tax Extenders Affecting Higher Education Institutions: A Closer Look

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed Tax “Extenders” legislation into law. Many of the provisions were made permanent. The bill contains

Affordable Care Act Reporting Deadlines Extended

Per Notice 2016-4, the IRS has extended the following due dates for the reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Section 6055 requires
Audit
Todd Lucas | 12.28.2015

The Private Company Council Makes It Easier to Adopt GAAP Alternatives

Back in 2014, the Private Company Council (PCC) issued four standards that private companies could use as accounting alternatives to existing accounting
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SOC
Bill Deller | 12.28.2015

Office for Civil Rights/University of Washington Medicine's $750,000 HIPAA Settlement

Covered Entities are defined in the HIPAA rules as a) health care providers who transmit any health information electronically in connection with transactions,
ERISA
Jenna Zelenski | 12.23.2015

2016 Pension Plan Limitations

The Internal Revenue Service announced cost-of-living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension plans and other retirement-related items for
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