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By Kelly Buchheit
Your not-for-profit organization is accountable to many constituents, including donors, volunteers and the people you serve.
By Thomas Vance LLM, JD
Under the Senate's version of the pending tax legislation, owners of stocks and bonds will no longer be able to specifically identify which portion of the securities are being sold or transferred.
By Thomas Vance LLM, JD
Early in the morning on December 2, the U.S. Senate passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act by a vote of 51 to 49.
By Larry Ruff
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the amended 2018 cost-of-living adjustments for transportation programs and retirement and health and welfare plans.
By Thomas Vance LLM, JD
With the economy on the upswing, many firms are feeling flush, but current success may mask hidden financial danger.
By Bob Rifkin
Every law firm uses a formula to compute a partner's compensation. The two formulas used by most law firms is either based on a partner's billable revenues or the profits ...
By Christofer Georgiou
This past summer, the Cook County Sweetened Beverage Tax Ordinance went into effect after challenges and attempts to halt the tax's implementation.
By Chris Arndt
In the beginning of the evolution of a start-up, it is likely that the founder is in a lone wolf scenario. He or she is grinding away to get the business off the ground.
By Justin Sylvan
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act made substantial changes to certain areas of the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) rules.
By Jacqueline Janczewski
Are your firm's realization rates declining? If so, most firms are in the same boat. According to the 2016 Report on the State of the Legal Market from Georgetown University Law Center ...
By Anita Wescott
For partnerships, including limited liability companies taxed as partnerships, new audit rules are a game-changer.
By Jeffrey Newman
Many businesses use captive insurance companies to meet their risk management needs, control costs and reduce taxes.
By Max Grebenschikov
Estimating state taxes is generally easier when you operate in only one state. However, manufacturers and distributors that cross state lines may be subject to taxes ...
By Robert Swenson
For growing companies, equity-based compensation is a powerful tool for attracting and retaining executives and other key employees.
By Robert Swenson
If a business dedicates resources to creating or improving products, processes or software, it may be eligible for substantial federal tax credits for increasing research activities.
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