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Management and Performance Challenges for the IRS in 2020

Each year, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) evaluates IRS programs, operations, and management functions to identify the areas

IRS Releases First Guidance Regarding Cryptocurrency Since 2014

On October 9, the IRS released Revenue Ruling 2019-24, which offers the agency’s first cryptocurrency guidance since 2014. As described in our most

All Roads Lead to Rome: Schneider Downs Helps Build Global Bridges

Schneider Downs’ own Dan Desko and Mary Richter recently returned from Prime Global’s World Conference 2019 in Rome, where they were joined

Greetings from Hamburg

Start-ups are everywhere! Last week, I traveled to Hamburg, Germany to participate in a Start-up Masterclass. The event brought together over 100 entrepreneurs

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Wearing the Color Pink: What an Experience!

In February of this year, I joined the team for the American Cancer Society’s (“ACS”) 2019 Real Men Wear Pink campaign, an effort that

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

The Fed Cuts Interest Rate in July - Time to Revisit Your Estate Plan?

On July 31, 2019, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in over a decade. Although this may be bad news for your savings account,

The 2019 Form 1040 Facelift

Next year, taxpayers can expect to see their Form 1040 to be different than the postcard-size Form that was introduced as a result of the 2017 Tax Cuts

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Reversing the Rise of Hunger among the Homeless, One Lunch at a Time

What may seem like just another corner that we pass through on our route to work, is actually a corner which hides a secret that the blinded eye may never

A Perfect Fit

During my first few years as an accounting major, I always saw myself working for one of the Big Four firms, as those were the only ones I had been exposed

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