In The News  |  By Stuart H. Mayer, CPA

South Dakota v. Wayfair: Some Tips on Making the Daunting Doable

On June 21 of this year, the Supreme Court’s ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair basically upended the way state sales tax has been collected and remitted for the past 26 years. Much has been written about this ruling, and as might be expected, you,...

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 |  By Raymond J. Zomerfeld, CPA, CVA

IRS, Treasury Department Finalize Reporting Regulations for Foreign-Owned U.S. Disregarded Entities

For years, limited liability companies (LLCs) in America with a single foreign owner were not subject to U.S. tax reporting requirements. However, final regulations recently issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Treasury Department...

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 |  By Joseph D. Zarkowski, CPA

Not Just Europe: New EU Data Protection Regulations Can Affect U.S. Businesses

By: Joseph D. Zarkowski, CPA While the European Union (EU) just began active enforcement of a sweeping new data privacy regime, that news generated far less visibility in the United States, largely because many people assume that their business or...

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In The News  |  By Andrea Fantozzi, CPA, CGMA, CM&AA

Andrea Fantozzi and Fernando Lopez Present at the Italy America Chamber of Commerce, May 23rd, 2018

Andrea Fantozzi and Fernando Lopez Present at the Italy America Chamber of Commerce May 23rd, 2018. Title: U.S. Tax reform – Key changes for Corporations Intro to major opportunities for US entities. Lower your effective tax rate and...

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