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COVID-19 Implications

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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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Taxpayers that claimed a Washington tax incentive in 2017 must file the corresponding survey or report by May 31. Our Alert has details.

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In this webcast, we explore the effects corporate tax changes may have on oil and gas companies. We address the new 21% income tax rate and its effects on cash flow, earnings, and cost of capital.

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Under tax reform, fringe benefits provided by tax-exempt organizations may be classified as unrelated business income. Our Alert has the details.

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Many of tax reform legislation’s sweeping changes are relevant to long-term care organizations both in the for-profit and not-for-profit sector.

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Join us for a webcast to learn more about how tax reform could affect your organization and how providers in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors can prepare.

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Tax reform will have a varying impact on the deductibility of charitable giving in 2018 and beyond.

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Tax reform and the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 extends several expired tax credits for renewable energy.

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Conducting transaction preparedness before selling your business could save time, resources, and money—and add value for you and your business.

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Tax reform repealed the 80–20 charitable deduction rule for payment made in exchange for college-athletics event seating. Our Insight has the details.

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The IRS has announced it’ll be closing the offshore voluntary disclosure program on September 28, 2018. Our Alert has the details.

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Businesses may be eligible to seize permanent tax savings before new tax reform rates take effect.

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Tax withholding tables can be used on 2018 gaming distributions, and provision extensions bring tax incentives for tribes.

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The law on qualifying improvement property has changed, but taxpayers may still be able to use bonus depreciation in some cases.

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We look at tax reform updates and key resources, the payroll tax offset, medical device excise tax, and more in our Q1 update.

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Tax reform limits or eliminates most deductions and exemptions for employee fringe benefits. Our Insight has details.

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Tax reform affects hospitals and health systems on the for-profit and not-for-profit side. Learn about the most relevant aspects of the new legislation and how it will affect your organization.

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The new tax legislation’s sweeping changes have significant implications for hospitals and health systems on both the for-profit and not-for-profit side. Join us for a webcast where we’ll discuss potential impacts for your organization and highlight relevant aspects of the l...

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Learn about key changes to the federal tax code—with a focus on provisions that impact food, beverage, and agribusiness industries. This webcast also highlights challenges businesses face and high-level planning opportunities.

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We look at the 10 most important tax reform provisions affecting hospitals and health care systems.

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Seattle’s Sweetened Beverage Tax contains several exemptions based on beverage type, manufacturer size, and more.

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