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Oil & Gas New 1099 Reporting Requirement - Form 1099-NEC

Learn more about the new reporting requirement form 1099-NEC for nonemployee compensation by the IRS.

Large Declines Expected for 2020 PA Impact Fee Collections

In early January, the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office (PA IFO) released its impact fee estimate for 2020. Total impact fee revenues are expected

Meal and Beverage Expenses Fully Deductible for the Next Two Years

Learn more about the fully deductible meal and beverage expense brought on by the Consolidated Appropriations Act.

New $67 User Fee for Estate Tax Closing Letters Proposed by IRS

Learn more about the estate tax closing letter fee proposed by the IRS and its impact on estate planning efforts
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Postcard from Prime Global’s International Tax Session

Learn more about the annual North American Tax and Business Assurance Conference hosted by Prime Global and what the session reinforced.

179D Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction Made Permanent

Learn more about the passing of the Consolidated Appropriations Act and the provision of which makes the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction (179D) permanent

Shuttered Venue Operator Grants Provided Under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021

Learn more about the eligibility requirements regarding the shuttered venue operators grants included in The Consolidated Appropriations Act.

The Latest Stimulus Package Enhances the Employee Retention Credit

Learn more about the most significant changes to Employee Retention Credit (ERC) including an increased maximum cap and new eligibility rules.
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Social Security Tax Deferral and Repayment Explained

Read more about how employers should handle social security tax deferral and repayment options under updated regulation.

Your Exempt Status Has Been Revoked

Learn more about the letters sent by the IRS indicating the revocation of tax-exempt statuses to unexpecting not-for-profit organizations.
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