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IRS Releases Proposed Regulations on Changes to the Limits on Contributions to ABLE Accounts

The IRS released proposed regulations regarding changes to limits on contributions to Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts. The new proposed

Top Risks to Keep On Your Radar for 2020

We live in a disruptive world where the risks companies face are constantly evolving. Risks not on your radar today could easily be brought to light within

Auto Dealers, Automatic Enrollment, and Automatic Escalation

As someone who has worked closely with automotive dealerships for over twenty years, I have witnessed first-hand that successful dealerships are extremely

Analyzing the Growth of Soccer in America

With Major League Soccer playoffs in full swing, the growth of the sport in America is exploding! Countless articles released over the past several years

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Questions to Ask Before Ransomware Hits Your Business

In the past, a ransomware attack would target a single computer and ask the victim for $500. But now, what we see during our own cyber-incident response
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Adam Goode | 10.22.2019

Reference Rate Reform

Regulators will no longer require panel banks to contribute to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) post 2021. Contributing panel bank departures

Watch Your Credit Cards! Expense Reimbursement Fraud at a Not-For-Profit Organization

Frequently, internal controls at not-for-profit organizations depend primarily on the integrity of their employees. Sometimes these employees lose sight
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John Sullivan | 10.17.2019

FASB Votes to Delay Leases, Hedging and CECL Effective Dates for Private Companies and Certain Other Entities

On Wednesday October 16, 2019, the FASB unanimously voted to delay the effective dates of three major Accounting Standards Updates (ASUs) for private companies

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The Physical Side of Cybersecurity

At Schneider Downs, we always strive to uphold our responsibility to serve as trusted cybersecurity advisors to our clients and to the community at large.

PA DOR Will Apply $500,000 Economic Nexus Rule for Corporation Income Tax Filings in 2020

The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue recently issued Corporate Tax Bulletin 2019-04[i], which implemented a $500,000 economic nexus threshold for Corporate

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