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Tax Reform

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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The IRS announced it intends to issue proposed regulations clarifying Unrelated Business Taxable Income from qualified transportation fringe benefits. Get the details.

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Investing in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can streamline your craft brewery’s data to help you make knowledge-based decisions, but it’s important to choose the right system.

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Auto dealers may be able to expense 100% of fixed assets following tax reform, but action is required on tax returns to avoid limiting future benefits.

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Proposed IRS guidance can help provide benefits for taxpayers invested in qualified opportunity zones. New guidance was released in early 2019.

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Prepare for the 2019 tax season with our Tax Season Tool Kit, which covers tax reform, new California tax laws, and more.

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Learn about the challenges of using and holding cryptocurrency as well as how accepting such assets can impact your not-for-profit organization.

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Learn which meal and entertainment expenses are nondeductible, 50% deductible, and fully deductible under tax reform.

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FASB Accounting Standards Update 2018-08 aims to clarify and improve the accounting guidance for contributions received and made. Learn more.

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Learn how an April 2018 California Supreme Court ruling affects the categorization of employees and independent contractors for tax purposes.

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Read our Q&A about how tax reform—specifically changes made to unrelated business taxable income—affects tax-exempt entities.

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Avoid fraud and abuse claims by keeping physician compensation adherent to Stark Law and anti-kickback statue.

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Few business transactions are as complex as buying or selling auto dealerships. Knowing what surprises and complications you may encounter is a large part of making any potential transaction go smoothly.

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New IRS guidance addresses the tax treatment of qualified transportation fringe benefits, as modified under tax reform.

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Following South Dakota v. Wayfair, states may impose sales and use tax on remote sellers that don’t have physical presence. Discover implications for other out-of-state financial institutions.

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Our 2018 private foundation tax planning guide gives an overview of key tax laws and opportunities.

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In this webcast, we cover key tax changes that impact technology, communications and media, and life sciences companies; discuss how these changes might affect your business; and help you determine if your company is subject to tax exposure.

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Cyberthreats are always evolving, as should your information security strategy. This insight details how to build a practical and economical risk-based security system to help protect your business.

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Learn about important year-end tax issues facing the technology, communications and media, and life sciences industries—and how to stay ahead of them.

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As of January 1, 2018, partnerships are subject to new audit rules under the Centralized Audit Regime (CAR) within the IRS. Learn more about the new requirements.

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Tax reform and Medicare expansion have created unintended consequences for hospitals. Learn more in this article published in hfm.

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