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What Does the Supreme Court Kaestner Decision Mean for My Trust?

Many trustees, beneficiaries, and settlors are aware of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recently-issued opinion relating to

TDR and the Changing Face of GSA OIG Pre-Award Audits

Every year, the General Services Administration (GSA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducts around 40-50 GSA

DoD Expands Opportunities for Quick Closeouts

Contractors with flexibly-priced contracts typically endure a lengthy and costly closeout process involving incurred costs submissions

U.S. Government Contractors and Cross-Border Payroll Tax Issues

The cross-border global expansion of business activities continues to increase exponentially in the U.S. government contracting

Inherited an IRA? It’s Not Always 100% Taxable

Beneficiaries of an inherited individual retirement account (IRA) are typically not privy to the income tax

Legislative Changes to Retirement Savings

Bipartisan legislation that would make several significant changes to retirement planning is making its way through