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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 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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We outline the four key areas that should be reviewed during a model validation of a financial institution’s anti-money-laundering system.

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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.

Webcast
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.

Webcast
In this webcast, Moss Adams partners Ryan Kuenzi and Nick Frank address key changes to the federal tax code—focusing on provisions that impact your industry, challenges businesses face, and high-level planning opportunities.

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Texas refund requests are due in April for cable television, internet access, and telecommunications service providers.

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The IRS clarified that deductions for home equity loans, credit, and second mortgages are mostly unchanged with tax reform.

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Learn about the regulations for tax-exempt clothing and clothing allowances provided to employees.

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We look at how not-for-profits can retain their public charity status using Form 990’s 10%-facts-and-circumstances test.

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IRS Notice 2017-73 proposes new guidance for donor-advised funds and their sponsoring organizations. Our Alert has details.

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Learn how to prepare the next generation to continue your family foundation’s mission.

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Learn how not-for-profits can determine if foreign grantees are equivalent to public charities in the United States.

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