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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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Learn more about banking marijuana-related businesses and what it means for financial institutions involved in, or looking to start banking, these types of businesses.

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New business taxes will take effect in San Francisco in 2019, and local businesses aren’t the only ones affected. Learn more in our Alert.

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Donor advised funds can help you retain benefits from charitable donations after new tax reform provisions.

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Companies that currently issue an annual System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 report—or that plan to issue a SOC 2 report in the near future—need to be aware of the changes. They’re effective for any SOC 2 reports issued after December 15, 2018. In our webcast, we’ll c...

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ASU 2018-17 modifies accounting alternative for certain private companies and may eliminate the need to evaluate the impact of variable interest entity (VIE) guidance.

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A new clean energy tax will impose a 1% tax on revenue of certain Portland retailers. Learn how your business may be affected.

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The California Competes Tax Credit announced its allocation for the January 2019 application round. Here’s what applicants need to know about the competitive process.

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Our market analysis and forecast discusses top factors impacting the US economy: midterms, global trade wars, and interest rates.

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Learn trends and challenges for California construction in this article, adapted from our 2018 California Construction Salary Report.

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The new Centralized Partnership Audit Regime (CAR) revises how the IRS audits and partnerships and collects tax. CAR is effective for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2017, so companies can benefit from planning for the changes now. Learn the implications of the ne...

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Learn the four key steps tribal entities can take to help ensure they’re prepared for the new lease accounting standard to go into effect.

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When it comes to providing R&D tax credits, Arizona is the most generous distributor in the nation. However, many companies assume they don’t qualify, despite the credits being available to a wide variety of companies, industries, and projects—at the federal and state levels. ...

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Retirement plans in private and public sectors often receive regulatory scrutiny. Join us for a webcast addressing benefit plan challenges and best practices auditors commonly witness in the field.

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For businesses and international taxpayers, the IRS’s new ASC 730 Safe Harbor Directive presents an opportunity to reduce risk when applying for R&D credit—and increase the amount of credit received. Join us for a webcast addressing the IRS’s new directive.

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The IRS’s Notice 2018-76 provides some clarity on the deductibility of business meal expenses.

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Join us for a webcast addressing key changes in skilled nursing. This regulatory update will feature an in-depth look at compliance considerations for the coming year, the impact of federal legislative changes, and useful benchmarks in strategic planning for skilled nursing pr...

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The IRS has provided clarification broadening the scope of application for the compensation deduction limitations outlined in IRC Section 162(m).

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The Treasury and IRS issued new proposed regulations on the application of the 20% QBI deduction, including caveats for the health care industry.

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Learn how real-estate firms can attract investment capital by solidifying their operating and reporting systems.

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The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) amends fair value measurement disclosures. Applicability, however, depends on whether the entity is nonpublic entity. Learn details in our Alert.

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