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Choosing The Wrong Accounting Method for Home Construction Contracts is a Costly Mistake

Often you learn the most from your mistakes. If a contractor chooses the wrong accounting method, during the first two years of operations, the contractor

2020-2021 Special Per Diem Rates

The IRS recently released Notice 2020-71, detailing the new special per diem rates taxpayers use to substantiate necessary business expenses while traveling

Notices for Nonpayment of Income Taxes

Learn more about the notices for nonpayment of income taxes and recent IRS suspension of mailing notices.

Schneider Downs’ Construction Practice Ranked Once Again

Last year, Construction Executive (CE) unveiled its inaugural ranking of the Top 50 construction accounting firms. In August, CE released its second annual
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Ohio Net Operating Loss’ Impact on the Bonus Depreciation Adjustment

The passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017 increased the federal bonus depreciation deduction from 50% to 100%, providing taxpayers the

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Decides Market-Based Sourcing for Services Prior to Legislative Change in 2014

In late July, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court rendered its decision in Synthes USA HQ, Inc. v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, No. 108 F.R. 2016. The

IRS Extends 2020 Rollover Period and Other Deadlines for Retirement Account RMDs

In March, the CARES Act provided taxpayers opportunity to skip this year’s (2020) required minimum distribution (RMD) from their retirement accounts.

Deferral of Employee OASDI Withholding Set to Begin on September 1 – Limited Guidance Issued

Late on the afternoon of August 28, the IRS and U.S. Treasury released Notice 2020-65, providing limited guidance surrounding deferral of the required
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COVID-19 Small Business Tax Relief Legislation Introduced in PA Senate

Pennsylvania Senators Camera Bartolotta and Judy Ward recently introduced legislation to provide additional economic relief through state tax laws to small

Working Remote OH Where are Employee Wages Taxed

Ohio municipal income tax laws often add a layer of complexity for businesses operating within the state. Back in March, as companies scrambled to move
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