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The new tax reform law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. It represents the most sweeping rewrite of federal tax code in more than 30 years. Visit our dedicated tax reform page to learn more about implications for you and your business.

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As a service provider, supplying customers with transparent System and Organization Controls (SOC) reports can help instill confidence in your company’s business processes. However, recent changes to SOC reporting may render existing reports inadequate. This is especially true...

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A proposed statement provides exceptions to existing provisions for hedge accounting termination and lease modifications related to the transition away from IBORs.

Webcast
In part two of our Risk Strategy Sessions webcasts, we’ll discuss the financial impact of fraud in the United States and share steps your company can take to effectively address—or prevent—these business risks. We’ll speak to top-trending fraud threats, offer technology-driven...

Alert
The SEC issued a proposed rule to update statistical disclosures banks and savings and loan registrants provide to investors.

Webcast
On Wednesday, October 9, we hosted a webcast for health-care organizations worried about maintaining compliance in the face of strict fraud regulations, such as the False Claims Act, Stark Law, and Anti-Kickback Statute.

Alert
New guidance relating to taxpayers requesting accounting method changes may impact your reporting requirements.

Article
Learn about proposed regulations impacting how mobile apps, software as a service, and other digital and cloud-related income is classified and sourced.

Alert
A proposed ASU aims to provide accounting relief for modifications to existing contracts and hedging relationships as a result of the migration away from interbank offered rates.

Press Release
SEATTLE, Oct. 1, 2019—Moss Adams, one of the largest accounting, consulting and wealth management firms in the nation, is pleased to announce the addition of 27 new partners and one principal.  “The robust growth at Moss Adams allows us to consistently add ...

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Learn how reviewing source code, performing automated scans, and other cybersecurity vulnerabilities can help both buyers and sellers in a deal.

Article
Learn how the latest proposed regulations, state and international tax laws, and more may impact your business.

Article
The Clean Energy Surcharge and Corporate Activity Tax could have significant implications for transportation and logistics companies. Get details.

Article
Understand factors impacting markets, including the decline of big-box stores and the rise of medical retail spaces.

Article
Aerospace and defense companies face unique cybersecurity challenges. Learn how to reduce your company’s risk.

Article
Understand key changes in economic nexus and marketplace facilitator collection requirements for multinational companies.

Article
Software companies may be able to save up to 10% of qualified R&D expenses for employee wages, contract research, supplies, and more.

Webcast
In part one of our Risk Strategy Session webcasts, we’ll demonstrate how developing a strong risk-response system can help your business effectively identify top risks, protect sensitive data, and prepare for the future. We’ll also cover how unaddressed or mismanaged risks can...

Article
Changes are coming to Medicare reimbursement and compliance-and-ethics program requirements for long-term care facilities. Read more.

Webcast
The California Supreme Court’s 2018 landmark decision, Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court (Dynamex), redefines the employment relationship between entities and independent contractors and introduces one of the most stringent standards in the United States for clas...

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With the IRS’s revival of Form 1099-NEC, payers will face new requirements for reporting nonemployee compensation.

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