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Skilled Labor Shortage in the Manufacturing Industry

The Federal Reserve released its most recent Beige Book on June 5, 2019, which summarizes current economic conditions, including challenges, opportunities

Employer Tax Credit for Paid Family and Medical Leave

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ("TJCA") provides a general business credit to qualifying employers that provide paid leave pursuant to the Family

Employee Withholding Changes in the New Year

Shortly after the tax bill was signed by President Trump, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) issued a statement on December 26, 2017 indicating

How to Pass the CPA Exam

The CPA is like a marathon. It is intimidating from afar, but it’s not until you start training for it that you truly realize the amount of time

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CPA Exam Changes - Remaining Current, Relevant, Reliable, and Legally Defensible

On April 1, 2017, the Uniform CPA Examination underwent its largest change since the exam transitioned from a pen-and-paper exam to a computerized exam

Pennsylvania CPE changes

In September 2017, the Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy announced major changes to CPE requirements for licensed Pennsylvania CPAs. Effective January

Ensuring Marital Bliss Through Social Security Compliance

Over the past year, I, along with a number of other Schneider Downs employees, took the big plunge. That is, we got married! After a hectic year of planning,

What Could be the Answer to the Current Trucking Industry Driver Shortage? Women.

Over the past years, we have continued to hear about driver shortages and declines in trucking industry employment. The driver shortage is a growing concern.

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The Final Rule for Overtime Suspended by Federal Judge

On November 22, 2016, Federal Judge Amos L. Mazzant III of the Eastern District of Texas issued a nationwide preliminary injunction on the final rules

Employee or Partner? Treatment of Individuals within Partnerships Owning Disregarded Entities

For many years, some partnerships that owned disregarded entities (single-member LLCs) claimed that their partners were employees of the single-member

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