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Federal Agencies Turn Up the Heat on Worker Classification

The federal government is always on the lookout for businesses that improperly classify workers as independent contractors rather than employees. But the heat was recently turned up even more. The issue of worker classification has many tax and benefit implications….

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State Amnesty Programs

In an effort to increase state revenue, many states are offering amnesty programs to taxpayers. The amnesty programs are designed to collect delinquent taxes owed by a corporate or individual taxpayer while waiving penalties as high as 50% of the…

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The GSA Announces FY 2016 Per Diem Rates

Budgeting employee business travel into your company’s financial plan allows for new options in deducting expenses. With Business Travel Per Diems, a portion of your employee’s ordinary and necessary travel expenses may be deducted. This could include lodging, meals, taxis…

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Navigating SALT Nexus and Compliance for Not-for-Profits

As not-for-profit organizations expand their reach, many are unaware that they may be creating nexus in states where they have previously had a limited presence. Here’s what they need to know. State nexus and compliance for public charities and private…

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Converged Revenue Recognition Effective Date Delayed

A converged revenue recognition accounting standard continues to be a topic of interest and debate. Last week, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) announced a one-year on standardizing U.S. treatment of revenue recognition with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)….

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