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Board Volunteer and the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty

The IRS was denied summary judgment to impose the trust fund recovery penalty against a volunteer

Buildout Improvements May Be Ineligible for Bonus Depreciation Under New Tax Law

Historically when business owners in the restaurant, hotel, or food distribution industries conduct a major buildout

Small Business Milestone: Federal Government Awards More Than $100B in Contracts to Small Businesses in 2017

The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced in May 2018 that federal agencies exceeded their mandatory goal

Post-Tax Reform Estate Planning: State Estate Tax Changes in the DMV

When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was signed into law late last year, it

Discounting Pledges

Discounting pledges and accounts receivable can be a confusing topic, so it shows up often as

Colorado Jumps on the Market-Based Sourcing Bandwagon

The Governor of Colorado signed legislation H.B. 1185 into law on June 4, 2018, adding Colorado to the

Revolutionizing the Purchase of Commercial Items – Phase One Complete

The General Services Administration (GSA) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) have completed Phase

Executive Compensation Limit for 2018

The Executive Compensation limit for government contractors, as established by Section 702 of the Bipartisan Budget

States Counter Federal SALT Deduction Limitations

While several high-tax states have entertained ideas to work around the new limitation to the state

The 12 Areas of Federal Grant Compliance

When designing or improving your organization’s internal controls over federal grant compliance, it’s helpful to always