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How are Court Awards and Out-of-Court Settlements Taxed?

If you’re going to receive a personal injury or discrimination settlement or award, you want the best tax result possible. Here are the basic rules of when amounts are tax free or taxable.
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The Tax Implications of Owning a Corporate Aircraft

Ever wonder how much of a tax break you’d get if you bought a private plane for your business? Here are the basic rules.

Coming Soon: New Accounting Rule on Government Assistance Disclosures

Local governments often provide tax breaks and other financial incentives to lure businesses to town. How much detail are businesses required to disclose about these transactions?
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Why Excess Benefit Transactions are Out-of-Bounds

You may know that your not-for-profit needs to avoid excess benefit transactions, but are you sure you know what they are? A full understanding can help your nonprofit avoid mistakes.
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Are you ready for the upcoming audit season?

An external audit is less stressful and less intrusive if you anticipate your auditor’s document requests. Auditors typically ask clients to provide similar documents year after year.
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U.S. House Passes the Build Back Better Act

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a crucial part of President Biden’s agenda by a vote of 220-213 on November 19.

Businesses Can Show Appreciation — and Gain Tax Breaks — With Holiday Gifts and Parties

The holiday season is just around the corner. Your business may want to show its gratitude to employees and customers by giving gifts or hosting parties after a year of forgoing them due to the pandemic.
How to Assess Fraud Risks Today 

How to Assess Fraud Risks Today 

Do you know how to assess fraud risks? Unfortunately, conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic may have increased your company’s fraud risks.

Infrastructure Law Sunsets Employee Retention Credit Early

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was a valuable tax credit that helped employers survive the COVID-19 pandemic. A new law has retroactively terminated it before it was scheduled to end.