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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

GSA Announces On-Ramping for Two OASIS Unrestricted Pools

The General Services Administration (GSA) recently announced that it would be opening two pools on its

As DoD Relies on Indefinite-Delivery Contracts, So Must Contractors!

The General Accountability Office (GAO) recently determined that approximately 40% of DoD obligations in fiscal years

New HSA Contribution Limits Released for 2019

The IRS recently released the 2019 annual contribution limits for health savings accounts (HSAs). These limits

Venture Capital Investments Continue Upward Trend in Mid-Atlantic Region

In 2017, the level of venture capital (VC) activity in the U.S. rose, with $85.4 billion

Expanded Liabilities for General Contractors

The construction business can be a risky one for many reasons, and in the state of

Kentucky Adopts Sweeping Tax Reform

On April 27, 2018, the Kentucky legislature voted to override Governor Matt Bevin’s veto of the

M&A Shop Talk- When Asked to Take Paper in the Deal, Don’t Worry

The passing of the 2017 tax reform, the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” will certainly intensify

TINA & CAS Thresholds Increased to $2 Million

The Truth in Negotiation Act (TINA) currently requires offerors to certify that accurate, current, and complete