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Gen Z May Change How You Manage Employees

Is your workplace ready for Generation Z? Lately, many demographers and generation-focused marketing experts have been vocal about what they…

Can You Have Too Much Tax Deferral?

Taking steps to defer your individual federal income tax bill is often a good idea. If you expect to be…

5 Ways to Boost Deductions for Charitable Giving

The holiday season is fast approaching. It’s the time when people traditionally make gifts to charities. Generally, year-end donations increase…

Third Quarter Industry Newsletters

Quarterly collection of current topics, news alerts and industry updates. Auto Dealerships Newsletter – September 28, 2018 Business Valuations Newsletter…

Mitchell Wiggins named One of The Nation’s Largest 400 Accounting Firms

INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) is proud to present its first ranking of the nation’s largest 400 accounting firms – the…

Tax Reform: Which Changes Are Temporary vs. Permanent?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) includes a bevy of important tax changes for individuals and businesses. However, it’s…

Employers: Consider Telemedicine and Make Sure Employees Use It

Telemedicine continues to change the way that medical professionals and patients interact. In a survey by the Mercer consulting firm,…

Tax-Exempt Organizations: IRS Provides Guidance on New UBTI Rule

The IRS recently issued much-needed guidance on how tax-exempt organizations should calculate unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) for each separate…

IRS Issues Proposed Guidance on Controversial SALT Limitation

In recent weeks, the IRS has issued a series of proposed regulations to help clarify provisions of the Tax Cuts…

Buying vs. Leasing Equipment: Which Is Right for Your Business?

For tax years starting in 2018, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provides new and improved tax incentives for…