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QBI Deduction: The Impact of Proposed Regulations on Government Contractors

Recently, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued much-anticipated proposed regulations

Reducing Capital Gains by Creative Use of SMLLCs and Installment Notes

A popular estate planning technique for estates facing the prospect of incurring federal estate tax has

How Mobile Apps Can Benefit Your Association

For most people, mobile apps have become a major part of everyday life. People use mobile
December 10, 2018

Deadline for ACA Reporting Extended

The IRS announced (Notice 2018-94) that the deadline for the 2018 reporting requirements under Sections 6055

Let Uncle Sam Help You Expand Your Real Estate Portfolio by Utilizing the 1031 Like-Kind Exchange

There are many tax-deferral strategies used by successful investors. One of those tax instruments is the

Federal Government to Close Wednesday to Honor President Bush: What Contractors Need to Know

The federal government will close this Wednesday, December 5, for a national day of mourning for

GSA’s eBuy Open First Pilot Will Increase Competition and Transparency

What is the eBuy Open GSA First Pilot? The General Services Administration (GSA) recently rolled out

Four Easy Ways to Grow Your School’s Endowment

Endowments are imperative for schools, because they provide schools with long-term financial resources that schools need