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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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On August 14, 2018, the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) approved nonbinding guidance on Class III Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS).

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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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In this webcast, we’ll dive deep into the aerospace and defense implications of tax reform and identify planning opportunities so you can better position your company.

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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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Tax reform’s changes to unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) could impact the tax-exempt sector. During this webcast we provide an overview of UBTI, address provisions introduced by tax reform, and explore possible effects to your organization

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New IRS guidance could provide significant tax savings for nongrantor trusts and estates.

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Taxpayers might be able to reduce the burden and risk associated with applying for R&D credit—and potentially receive a higher credit amount.

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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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Is your company doing business in India or considering doing so in the future? If so, you should be aware of changes to tax laws and transfer pricing. Join us for a discussion about the current tax landscape in India, regulatory changes to transfer pricing, and the potentia...

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The Financial Accounting Standards Board issued an update to lease accounting, including a new transition option and practical expedient for lessors.

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(Wine Business Monthly) For wineries and grape growers, the potential tax savings of the R&D tax credit could be significant.

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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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Companies are expected to have another few quarters of positive economic growth following Q2 2018, but signs point to the US entering the later phase of the business cycle.

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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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If you’re selling or exchanging property in 2018, investing in Qualified Opportunity Funds could lower your overall tax burden.

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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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Tax reform brought significant changes to the federal tax code, including a limitation on business interest deduction. Our article has the details.

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