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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.

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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 FTB announced it won’t appeal the decision in Swart Enterprises, Inc. v. Franchise Tax Board. Taxpayers should consider filing minimum tax refund claims, if their situations are similar.

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These five tips help long-term care providers discover benefits in the tax code that may lead to savings.

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An overview of how the Medicaid program works, Medicaid expansion, and congressional Republicans’ proposed solutions.

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Rule 193 changes in Washington State may leave buyers and sellers open to business and occupation and retail sales taxes.

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There are five steps health care organizations can implement to improve revenue cycle management to help increase cash flow.

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Results from the right performance auditor can help organizations reduce risk and prevent cost overruns in capital improvement programs.

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How will the new lease accounting standard affect companies in transportation and logistics? We cover a fundamental change.

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Legislation in Tennessee sets new standards and market-based sourcing for out-of-state businesses. Find out if your company faces new taxes.

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Oregon law provides a property tax exemption for qualified food processing equipment. Find out details and how to apply before the March 1 deadline.

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The Main Street Tax Credit Program provides B&O or public utility tax credits for contributions to organizations in Washington State.

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Nevada’s implementation of its commerce tax included a grace period, which expires February 15, 2017, and has eligibility requirements. Details in our Alert.

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Arizona’s simplified centralized licensing and reporting of its Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) in reality provides little relief for businesses. Our Alert has details.

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The California Court of Appeal rejected the broad definition of “doing business” in Swart Enterprises Inc. v. Franchise Tax Board.

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Getting beneficiary designations wrong can have negative consequences for the people and entities the account owner intended to benefit. It’s essential to understand what those consequences are and the options available to get them right.

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Washington will increase its minimum wage beginning in 2017 and require employers to provide paid sick leave in 2018. See details in our Alert.

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Washington B&O tax determination may impact health care providers that globally bill patients for work performed by multiple people or entities.

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We provide an overview of three trends for 2017 to help businesses save tax dollars thanks to increased eligibility for many tax credits and incentives.

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(Run time: 63:00) States continue to change their rules on how they assess income and sales tax on multi-state companies. This session will address how changes in nexus and apportionment rules will affect your income taxes.

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In this Q4 update, we cover important tax issues for companies in technology, clean technology, life sciences, and communications and media, including what your organization can do to stay ahead.

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The Portland City Council approved a surtax to its business license tax for publicly traded companies with a high CEO pay ratio.

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