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Strategies Regarding Real Property Disposals

Computing gain or loss on the disposition of real property requires a thorough review of many items. Generally, gain or loss is calculated simply as proceeds

Massachusetts Authorizes Tax Amnesty Program

Relief may be forthcoming for taxpayers with outstanding filing and/or payment obligations with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (Department). Massachusetts

Does Your Organization Require an A-133 Single Audit? The Vendor vs. Subrecipient Distinction

Making this distinction properly is very important for organizations receiving federal awards. Subrecipients are subject to audit under A-133, while payments

Columbus Council on World Affairs' NEW Global Report

In 2012, the Columbus Council on World Affairs released its groundbreaking “The Global Report,” outlining the international assets in Greater
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Evan Ogrodnik | 2.18.2015

Small Taxpayers Rejoice - Relief from the Tangible Property Regulations Has Arrived!

On February 13, 2015, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Revenue Procedure 2015-20 providing optional relief for small business taxpayers from the

Preventing Cyberattacks and Data Breaches via Employee Awareness Training and Phishing Simulations

One of the findings in Verizon’s most recent Data Breach Report is that stolen credentials are the root cause of data breaches 80% of the time. The

Pennsylvania Governor Wolf's Severance Tax Proposal

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf released his anticipated proposal, the Pennsylvania Education Reinvestment Act, for a severance tax on natural gas production.

West Virginia Business Franchise Tax Phase-Out Could Benefit the Oil and Gas Industry in 2015

In an effort to compete for new and expanding businesses, West Virginia has eliminated its business franchise tax as of January 1, 2015. The elimination
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Ohio Budget Bill is Proposed with Significant Tax Reform Provisions

On February 2, 2015, Ohio Governor John Kasich proposed a new, two-year state budget that includes significant state tax law changes. The biennial budget

Do Companies that Handle Personal Health Information Require a Service Organization Control (SOC) Report?

The superficial answer is no. Companies that store, process or collect protected health information (PHI) electronically or in paper form are not required
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