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Major Midwest Expansion Ahead for K·Coe Isom

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Indiana Communities and Food & Ag Businesses to Benefit K·Coe Isom is expanding deeper into the Midwest with its announcement of a new office location in Indianapolis, Indiana. The move makes room for further growth and answers the pressing resource […]


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A Lesson in Technician Loyalty

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Equipment Dealerships Battle Tech Labor Shortage with Smart Strategy With the skilled labor shortage among the biggest ongoing challenges for many industries, businesses are sharpening their focus on key retention strategies that will keep workers engaged and loyal. And experts […]


Craft Brewers Leaving R&D Tax Credits Untapped

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Opportunities Available to Reduce Income Tax Liabilities Tax reform has created ample changes for businesses, as well as confusion in the marketplace for what applies and what doesn’t. The clarity around applying the Research and Development (R&D) tax credit is […]


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Extra Tax Prep Needed for 2018 Filing Season

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Significant Tax Changes Impact Flow-through Entities and Individuals Following the monumental tax reform passed last December, the 2018 tax year will provide significant changes for flow-through entities and individuals.  While many of these changes can result in opportunities, they will […]


California Fires Affecting Education Compliance Requirements

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Does Your LEA Need an Emergency Day for Instructional Time? In light of the recent emergencies that have come to pass for local schools, we wanted to proactively share some guidance on evaluating your LEA’s instructional time compliance. What are […]


Sales Tax Changes Announced for Colorado Retailers

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Retailers with Physical Addresses in Colorado Affected Effective Dec. 1, 2018, the Colorado Department of Revenue will adopt new sales tax rules. The new rules state that “sales tax must be collected and remitted based on the jurisdiction’s tax rate […]


Look Before You Leap on Tax Conversions

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Lower Tax Rates for Conversions May Not Deliver the Most Advantages The flashy headlines around the lower tax rates as part of the new tax code are not always cut-and-dry, and businesses need to take a deep-dive look at the […]


Determining Sales & Use Tax – What Manufacturers Need to Know

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Online Sellers and Multistate Businesses Effected Earlier this summer, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, stating that a physical presence is no longer required to establish substantial nexus in the collection of sales and […]


Tax Update: Entertainment Deduction Clarified

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50% of Meals for Clients/Customers Now Deductible On October 3, the IRS issued a new guidance that will allow a deduction for 50% of meals while entertaining clients/customers. This decision was made following confusion over the wording in the tax […]


How Safe is Your Financial Data?

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At-Risk Businesses Exposed to Catastrophic Consequences Recent national cybercrime headlines: “Cybercriminals Obtain Employee Credentials to Conduct Payroll Diversion” “Business Email Compromises Business Data” “Increase in W-2 Phishing Campaigns” Imagine if you lost access to a year’s worth of financial information […]