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The new tax reform law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. It represents the most sweeping rewrite of federal tax code in more than 30 years. Visit our dedicated tax reform page to learn more about implications for you and your business.

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Now that many tribal organizations have performed their first couple single audits under the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards, or Uniform Guidance, it’s a good time to reflect on the lessons learned during the impl...

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The Seattle income tax was ruled invalid by the King County Superior Court. Now, it may move to the Washington Court of Appeals.

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Get the latest California tax law updates, including state, local, and federal tax changes.

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How can financial strategies positively or negatively impact the ability to compete? In the ever-changing telecommunications market, competitive providers look for every opportunity to bolster their business model. In this webcast, we’ll discuss how tax mitigation strategies...

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The tax reform bill released by House Republicans contains provisions specifically affecting tax-exempt organizations. Our Alert has the details.

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Our 2017 Q4 update covers potential tax reform changes, state and local tax strategies, applying for the R&D payroll tax credit, and more.

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In 2017, many states changed their laws to generate more tax revenue from out-of-state companies. This creates potentially new tax exposure for technology, communications and media, and life sciences companies. Companies should be diligent about identifying whether they may ...

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Basel III may require banking organizations to apply a 250% risk weight to MSAs deducted from CET1 capital.

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