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8(A) Contractors Must Maintain Eligibility for the Life of the Program—or Else!

The Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 8(A) program allows the government to award contracts to eligible 8(A)

Taxation of Virtual Currency—Are You Prepared?

New on the 2019 individual tax return is the following question: “At any time during 2019

FedBizOps Scheduled for Decommissioning on November 12th

The General Services Administration (GSA) announced that FedBizOps (FBO) will be decommissioned on Veterans Day, November

TAS Grants Temporary Relief to Some Taxpayers in Danger of Passport Revocation

The stress of owing taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can be overwhelming. Unpaid taxes

LLC Operating Agreement Can Terminate an S Corporation Election

Limited liability companies (LLC) should be careful that their operating agreement does not contain language that

Are you Protecting your Students’ Data?

Data privacy has never been more important, but data law in the U.S. is a patchwork

Does your ITIN Need To Be Renewed?

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), about 2 million Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITIN) will

Starting a Private Foundation

Private foundations are independent legal entities that are typically funded by individuals, groups, or businesses. A

The Truth About Interim Rate Variance Invoices

Many government contractors assume that interim rate variance invoices should be prepared once the incurred costs