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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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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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(Run time: 66:00) Understand 2016 year-end tax planning strategies for health care organizations as well as forward-thinking tax strategies and proactive planning for future transactions, including mergers and acquisitions.

Article
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.

Article
A FASB update will improve the financial reporting requirements of not-for-profit entities. We explain what this means for net asset reporting.

Article
Classifying trade spend costs can be confusing, especially in a three-tier system that the wine industry follows. We cover exceptions and some tips for wineries and their distributors.

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(Run time: 66:00) Hospitals, medical groups, long-term care providers and ancillary organizations that receive Medicare or Medicaid funds are affected by the CMS 60-Day Rule, published in 2016.

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(Run time: 67:00) Learn the latest Medicare payment systems and reimbursement issues for hospitals to prepare for changes as described in the FFY 2017 Inpatient PPS Final Rule and CY 2017 Outpatient PPS Proposed Rule, including Medicare Physician Fee Schedule updates.

Article
We give an overview of regulatory and policy changes for tribes, including plans for 2017, paid sick leave, and general welfare benefits.

Webcast
(Run time: 66:00) Learn what you can do to leverage the R&D tax credit to help generate cash flow in 2017. This session will also cover recent IRS audit updates including partnership audit rules change.

Article
Private equity investors are increasingly eyeing investments in the food, beverage, and agribusiness sectors. Learn more in our Insight.

Alert
Tennessee’s tax laws—aiming to benefit local businesses and require out-of-state companies to pay taxes—could increase taxes and impose filing responsibilities. Learn more in this Alert.

Article
Our 2016 private foundation tax planning guide gives an overview of key tax laws and opportunities.

Press Release
SEATTLE, Nov. 17, 2016—Moss Adams LLP, one of the largest accounting and business consulting firms in the nation, today announced that the AWSCPA is recognizing the firm’s GroWth series with the 2016 Innovation in Women’s Programming Award.  The award...

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Our year-end tax planning guide gives an overview of the key opportunities available to help individuals and businesses reduce what they’ll owe in the 2016 filing season.

Report
The ASU, which introduces a new Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Topic 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, fundamentally changes how companies across nearly every industry will recognize revenue.

Alert
Oregon voters turned down Measure 97, but state budget deficits mean similar proposals may be on the horizon. Read our Alert.

Article
Foreign companies operating in the United States must pay tax to the state if they have nexus. Read more in this Insight.

Webcast
In this fall 2016 review, we’ll cover the status of projects currently underway by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and other key organizations.

Article
From the IRS’s treatment of crowdfunding to Section 385 concerns, our third quarter briefing unveils the issues impacting private equity and venture capital firms.

Alert
Final regulations defining internal use software may allow more software development activities to qualify for the credit. Read the Alert.

Article
Buyers of a business are often more experienced at transactions than sellers, but tax and other issues can still catch them by surprise. We give an overview of areas to watch.

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