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COVID-19 Implications

During this unparalleled time, we’re closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it evolves so we can provide up-to-date guidance and support to help you combat uncertainty. For regulatory updates, strategies to help cope with subsequent risk, and possible steps to bolster your workforce and organization, please see our dedicated webpage detailing COVID-19 implications for you and your business.

Please reach out to your Moss Adams professional with any questions you might have, or you can also ask questions here.

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Combining technical expertise with our keen understanding of our clients' businesses, we offer knowledgeable commentary on a broad spectrum of accounting, tax, finance, and business operations issues.

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The GASB wants input from tribes and their enterprises on changes to debt disclosure in financial statement notes.

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A new Oregon law requires taxpayers to use a market-based apportionment methodology for receipts from sales other than tangible personal property.

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Growth continues, but has slowed as foreign and emerging markets accelerate. We give an overview of Q2 and what to expect in our Insight.

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The new revenue rules are long, complex, and involve judgment to apply, and waiting until just before the effective date to consider how the new rules may alter your company’s financial statements is far too late.

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Learn how the Washington State 2017–2019 operating budget and compromise bills could affect your company’s state tax burden.

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Learn the three-step due diligence process for tribes looking to diversify their economies and investments by acquiring an off-reservation business.

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Learn how tribes and their enterprises are affected by the GASB’s new statement on fiduciary activities in the first of a two-part series.

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The FASB issued ASU 2017-11 to provide new guidance for the classification and accounting of financial instruments with down round features.

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