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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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With companies turning to stock options to compensate their employees and personal tax rates on the rise, understanding how they’re taxed is critical.

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Employers with reserved employee parking spots may potentially reduce unrelated business taxable income—but only if they act soon.

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The California Competes Tax Credit will allocate $74.7 million during the next application round. Learn how to apply and stand out in the competitive process.

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Some colleges, universities and government entities won’t be subject to a new excise tax on excess compensation. Learn if your organization qualifies.

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Current oil and gas pricing could potentially impact your company’s liquidity, going-concern status, and 2018 year-end financial reporting.

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Join us for an upcoming webcast to learn more about the incentives available for aerospace and defense companies in Washington.

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Review shifts in the energy sector and oil and gas markets for 2018 and learn how global events may impact the industry in the year ahead.

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Post-Wayfair, most states are expected to pass economic nexus laws in 2019. Here’s what you need to know about the new rules and roll-on dates.

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Tax reform made significant changes to the deductibility of fringe benefits as wells as business expenses, such as meals and entertainment. In this webcast, we’ll review these changes, potential impacts, and how to navigate them.

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Post-Wayfair, most states are expected to pass economic nexus laws in 2019. Here’s what changed for sellers who do business across state lines.

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Learn about new audit rules for partnerships that will likely force renewable energy projects to reconsider their structure.

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Review new IRS guidance on tax law that imposes an excise tax on executive compensation so your organization can plan for tax liabilities.

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New IRS guidance could affect refund payments, credit elect, and refund-offset transactions. Discover implications for corporations with alternative minimum tax credits.

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Global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI) could mean a significant amount of additional reporting and preparation for companies and individuals that own foreign subsidiaries.

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Investing in Qualified Opportunity Zones may provide tax benefits for long-term care investors and operators.

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The Tribal Social Security Fairness Act of 2018 presents new tax considerations for tribes including the option for council members to receive Social Security benefits.

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The IRS is waiving underpayment tax penalties for select taxpayers. Learn if you’re qualified for the waiver and how the changes may benefit you.

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This guide covers eligibility for the federal R&D tax credit, qualifying activities and expenses, legislative changes, and more.

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Fringe benefits are an important part of your company’s benefits package—helping recruit and retain employees and contributing to overall job satisfaction. But these benefits can lead to complex tax and compliance issues. In this webcast, we discuss the tax treatment of ke...

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Bond prices and investor demand for safe assets rose in Q4 of 2018. Learn about portfolio opportunities or the possible impact of global events.

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