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George Adams | 2.15.2017

UPDATED: Trump Issues Executive Order to Halt Implementation of Tax Changes

On February 13th an IRS official said that due to specific instructions from the Trump administration regarding the government regulatory process, the

Congressman Tom Reed's Vision for Students and What It Means for Higher Education

In October, we recapped how the Senate Committee of Finance and House Ways and Means Committee had decided to renew their focus on the rising cost of higher

Ohio Budget Proposal Released

On January 30, Ohio Governor John Kasich released his budget proposal for the next two fiscal years, which includes a number of changes to Ohio’s
Government, Tax
Kay Krueger | 1.23.2017

A Wrong Made Right for Combat-Injured Veterans

On December 16, 2016, President Obama signed the Combat-Injured Veterans Tax Fairness Act of 2016 into law. Many veterans who were separated from service

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2017 Infrastructure Plan - What Can the Construction Industry Expect?

Following the 2016 election results, many construction industry company executives were trying to remember President Trump’s campaign promises related
Government, Tax
Mark Cobetto | 11.15.2016

Time to Pay Attention to Congressional Tax Proposals

For the past many years, there has been a steady stream of proposals regarding tax reform coming from Washington, D.C. Up until now, the proposals all
Government and Public Administration is the second most represented sector victimized by fraud.[1] Corruption, billing and expense reimbursement schemes

Update from the Pennsylvania Auditor General

At the 2015 Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials (“PASBO”) Annual Conference, the Pennsylvania Department of Auditor General

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Government, Tax
Cody Domasky | 1.20.2015

Newly Proposed Tax Abatement Disclosures

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued an Exposure Draft on tax abatement disclosures in October 2014. Changes to standards can affect

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