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Fraud can be an enormously expensive and painful experience for companies. But with the right strategy and some help, it's preventable, especially once you understand how, where, and why it might be happening.
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Many mergers come with hidden costs that aren't always anticipated by their principals. You'll want to consider these before plowing ahead with your next transaction.
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You're probably aware that the IRS has different rules for depreciating different asset classes. To encourage certain types of investment, the agency taxes some forms of income, property and goods at relative or even variable rates.
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Family businesses contribute 57% of the gross national product, but regardless of size or sales volume, each family company faces difficult times keeping the business in the family.
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If you're using your tax refund for necessities this year instead of a vacation or wish-list item, you're not alone.
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Many people are tempted to refinance their mortgages as interest rates have fallen to near historic lows. But is it the right decision?
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The decision to start your own business comes with many important decisions. One of the first tasks you will encounter is choosing the legal form of your new business.
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Formal education is a valuable tool in helping to shape a successful life and a prosperous future. However, access to many institutions of formal education comes with a price tag. Fortunately, a number of savings plans exist today that can assist you with planning ahead for the education of your loved ones.
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As we’ve stated before, states are just beginning to grapple with the taxability of “cloud” software and related services. Pay particular attention to states that state their position and then change their mind. Pennsylvania is a case in point. About 18 months ago, the Pennsylvania Office of Chief Counsel advised taxpayers that “access to software solely through the Internet is not a taxable transfer of software unless the server or data center resides in Pennsylvania” Legal Letter Ruling No. SUT-10-005, November 8, 2010.
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