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Two Methods for Valuing Your Construction Company

“What’s the market value of my company?” is a question business owners often wonder about. However

IRS Issues Notice Clarifying Trade or Businesses for UBI Purposes

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2018-67 on August 21, 2018, to an audience of

Maryland Comptroller Issues Guidance on Approved Wayfair Regulations

The Maryland Comptroller has issued a tax alert instructing out-of-state vendors on how to apply recently

What’s it Worth to You? Why You Want to Know Your Construction Company’s Value

Do you know how much your construction company is worth? Probably not. But knowing the value

Top 5 Tips to Stand Out at a Career Fair

With Labor Day in our rearview mirrors, we have our eyes set on upcoming career fairs.

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights – Don’t Underestimate It’s Power

In 2014, the IRS adopted the “Taxpayer Bill of Rights,” which places the burden on the

New Equipment Yields Tax Savings

For medical practices interested in updating their equipment, office furnishings, or automobiles, 2018 may be an

Deliver Uncompromised: The Department of Defense’s Latest Security Initiative

In recent months, the Department of Defense declared a new initiative called “Deliver Uncompromised,” which aims

IRS Blocks SALT Deduction Workaround

On August 23, 2018, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Are Charitable Contributions Deductible on Form 1041?

Every time a testator decides to make a charitable organization a beneficiary in either their will