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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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The final rule of the comprehensive Inpatient Prospective Payment System (PPS) takes effect on October 1, 2018. Is your hospital ready? Join us for a webcast that’ll help you prepare for the upcoming changes. We’ll cover key points, including updates for Medicare payment sys...

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On August 8, 2018, the Treasury and the IRS issued new proposed regulations for the Qualified Business Income deduction under Section 199A.

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Learn if a construction audit makes sense for your tribal entity—and what to expect from your auditors.

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Sustainability reporting is more important than ever for food and beverage companies. Here’s why—and the steps your company can take to get started.

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In our webcast, we provide an overview of current ERP platforms and trends, compare and contrast systems, and break down what companies in specific industries should consider when evaluating ERPs.

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US exporters could gain a permanent tax benefit by establishing an interest charge domestic sales corporation (IC-DISC).

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Internal audits of risk-bearing contracts can help reduce a health care organization’s financial exposure.

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Washington State offers several tax incentives to local aerospace companies.

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Adequately preparing for due diligence can help position your company for better negotiations, higher valuations, and stronger outcomes.

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Stolen data is extremely profitable. As cyberattacks become more prolific and publicized, it’s easy to conclude that the question becomes not if, but when information will be compromised. Moss Adams can help you stay one step ahead.

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The Washington Department of Revenue announced that it will require certain remote sellers to begin collecting Washington retail sales tax by October 1, 2018.

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Californians who own property damaged by the recent wildfires may qualify for property tax relief.

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A new qualified business income deduction provides tax relief to owners of certain domestic trades or businesses operating as pass-through entities.

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On July 18, 2018, the Financial Accounting Standards Board released an update to improve upon certain guidance provided in the new lease accounting standard.

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Learn what an information security governance program is and how to implement one to protect your business from cyberthreats.

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IT security assessments aren’t only useful for warding off potential breaches and hackers but also for creating a competitive advantage. We look at what they address, how the process works, and how often they should be done.

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The California Supreme Court’s Dynamex decision has significant implications for health care organizations that employ independent contractors.

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New lease accounting rules go into effect at the end of 2018. Learn about a three-pronged approach to preparing for their adoption.

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SEATTLE, July 24, 2018—Bringing together health care executives from around the nation, the Moss Adams Annual Health Care Conference focuses on industry changes and the future delivery of care as providers face smaller margins, shrinking reimbursement and evolving shared...

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Washington Determination 17-0234 provides guidance regarding the B&O tax classification of universal-service-fund support distributions.

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