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(Run time: 68:00) As the White House changes hands, new tax and economic policies will follow. Are you ready for change?

tax, tax reform, Trump, economic update, Gary Stirbis, John de Carvalho, TSG
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Short-term, acute-care hospitals participating in Medicare need to collect and submit data on occupational mix of employees by July 1, 2017.

Wage index, occupation wage index survey, occupational mix, Medicare, reimbursement, IPPS, inpatient prospective payment systems
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The US Department of Interior seeks input through April 10, 2017, on Indian trader regulations as it considers updates.

Tribes, Indian Country, trade regulations, Indian trade regulations
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Taxpayers that haven’t fully implemented the final tangible property regulations into tax accounting procedures can use a waiver extension.

Tax reform, tangible property, TPR, repairs, improvements
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Taxpayers need to submit their statement and quarterly installment payments of San Francisco’s new gross receipts tax. See our Alert for due dates.

San Francisco, SALT, TSG
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Getting beneficiary designations wrong can have negative consequences for the people and entities the account owner intended to benefit. It’s essential to understand what those consequences are and the options available to get them right.

beneficiary, retirement plan, traditional, Roth, IRA, 401k, profit sharing, income tax, stretch-out, estate, five-year rule, ERISA, distribution, spouse, per stirpes, by right of representation, charitable beneficiary, trust, laws of intestacy
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In preparation for the informational return filing season, we give an overview of changes and best practices for Forms 1099-MISC and W-2.

1099-MISC, W-2, informational returns, deadlines, penalties
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IRS Announcement 2016-17 provides penalty relief for 2016 Form 1098-T, which eligible educational institutions are required to file by February 28, 2017.

Forms 1098-T, educational institutions, PATH Act, tuition, universities, colleges, education
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We give an overview of projects for exempt organizations, charitable contributions, and tax-exempt bonds as part of the IRS’s Priority Guidance Plan.

Priority Guidance Plan, exempt organizations, charitable contributions, tax-exempt bonds, employee benefits, retirement benefits, health care, employment
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If you’re planning to claim education credits or deductions for 2016, be aware of changing regulations concerning Form 1098-T. Read more.

education credits, education deductions, education tax credit, education tax deduction, 1098-T, higher education, tuition, students
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The information on all e-filed Form 990 returns will be available in machine-readable format through Amazon Web Services.

Form 990, Amazon Web Services, machine-readable format, Senate Bill 2750
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The PATH Act resulted in some reporting requirements and deadlines for 501(c)(4) organizations related to tax-exempt status. Here’s a reminder.

Section 501(c)(4), PATH Act, social welfare organization, social welfare, tax exempt, enactment date, tax-exempt status, tax-exempt organization
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US Citizenship and Immigration Services just released the new Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification. Our Alert has details.

immigration, I-9, employment eligibility verification, employers, employees, Form I-9, new hires, human resources, HR
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Management contracts for services get updated guidance on safe harbor conditions with Revenue Procedure 2016-44. Read the article.

Safe harbor, management contract, tax-exempt bonds, Revenue Procedure 2016-44, 501(c)(3), private business use, property, private activity bonds, private business use
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Washington will increase its minimum wage beginning in 2017 and require employers to provide paid sick leave in 2018. See details in our Alert.

Washington State, WA, Washington, Initiative 1433, Raise Up Washington, human resources, HR, employees, seasonal worker, minimum wage, paid sick leave
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Washington B&O tax determination may impact health care providers that globally bill patients for work performed by multiple people or entities.

Washington, WA, tax determination, DOR, Department of Revenue, Det. No. 15-0065R, third-party service providers, billing, business and occupation, B&O, Rule 111
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We provide an overview of three trends for 2017 to help businesses save tax dollars thanks to increased eligibility for many tax credits and incentives.

TAIS, R&D, SALT, TSG, tax credits, tax incentives, WOTC, R&D tax credit, payroll tax credit, tangible assets, ATM credit, energy credits, hiring credits, empowerment zone
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In this Q4 update, we cover important tax issues for companies in technology, clean technology, life sciences, and communications and media, including what your organization can do to stay ahead.

Technology, clean technology, tech, life science, communications, tax planning, R&D credit, state tax
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A FASB update will improve the financial reporting requirements of not-for-profit entities. We explain what this means for net asset reporting.

FASB, not-for-profit, nonprofit, financial reporting, asset reporting, net assets, Lili Huang, ASU, ASC 958-205, ASU 2016-14, Topic 958
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President-elect Donald Trump’s proposed tax changes would significantly impact individual and business taxpayers. We give an overview.

President-elect, Trump, Donald Trump, tax law changes, proposed tax changes, tax changes
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Classifying trade spend costs can be confusing, especially in a three-tier system that the wine industry follows. We cover exceptions and some tips for wineries and their distributors.

Trade spend, winery, distributor, depletion allowances, bill backs, wholesale, rebates, coupon, discounts, inventory, promotion, selling expenses, revenue, manufacturer, Jeff Fey, Rae Paulson
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The Portland City Council approved a surtax to its business license tax for publicly traded companies with a high CEO pay ratio.

TSG, SALT, state tax, Portland, Oregon, surcharge tax, CEO tax, Portland surcharge tax
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The California Competes Tax Credit program begins accepting applications January 2, 2017. Here’s what applicants need to know about the competitive process.

CCTC, California Competes Tax Credit, California, tax credit, income tax, tax savings, TSG, SALT
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If you overpaid your San Francisco gross receipts tax, be sure to claim a refund within the statute of limitations. See our Alert for details.

SALT, TSG, San Francisco, San Francisco gross receipts tax, overpayment, refund
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(Run time: 66:00) Hospitals, medical groups, long-term care providers and ancillary organizations that receive Medicare or Medicaid funds are affected by the CMS 60-Day Rule, published in 2016.

health care, 60-Day Rule, CMS, Refund rule, reimbursement, hospitals, medical groups, long-term care providers, ancillary organizations, Lori Laubach, Sheri Hughes
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