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CAA 2021 Changes to Paid Sick Leave and FSAs
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 was signed into law late last year, and in this video, we will discuss how the Act affected paid sick and family leave as well as flexible spending accounts.
How regulatory oversight may change at 5 agencies
A look at the changing regulatory landscape for the financial services industry under the Biden administration.
Cybersecurity issues for plan sponsors
The Department of Labor is working on guidance addressing cybersecurity issues as they relate to plan sponsors and third-party providers.
Tax considerations for family offices under the Biden administration
Biden’s campaign proposed tax increases that affect family offices, including rate hikes on corporations and wealthy individuals.
Real estate equity raising
Middle market funds can bring in more equity by offering more favorable terms to LPs, but may be better off with investors they trust.
Approaching audits proactively saves substantial cash in the long run
The best way to handle a state or local tax controversy is to build a strong foundation of pre-controversy preparation.
The top 7 manufacturing industry trends to watch
From IT architecture to ESG issues, digital transformation is central to each of the key manufacturing trends RSM has identified.
Expansion of the Employee Retention Tax Credit
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 made significant changes to the Employee Retention Tax Credit by extending relief to a greater number of employers and increasing the overall tax benefit. In this video, we will provide an overview of the changes and how they apply for the 2020 and 2021 tax years.
Court holds fuel mixture credit must first offset excise tax liability
Tennessee district court holds credit against fuel excise taxes, reduces excise tax liability and must be deducted from production costs.
The Real Economy: Volume 74
We explore strategic investing, growth, aid, Biden’s tax plan, OPEC’s impact, and health care and life sciences deal flow.
Biden outlines next round of fiscal aid
The ambitious plan addresses the public health crisis, pandemic economy damage and the rollout of a national vaccination program.
Financial services industry outlook
The report explores six different sectors of the financial services industry and what to expect in the new year.
Optimism in the middle market amid expectation of change
Report explores the expectations of senior executives at middle market businesses as the Biden administration takes over.
What plan sponsors need to do now for the SECURE and CARES Acts
Plan sponsor actions to incorporate the provisions of the SECURE and CARES Acts into their plan documents and plan administration.
What You Need To Know About Form 1099-NEC
In 2020, the IRS introduced the Form 1099-NEC for reporting nonemployee compensation. Learn about the form 1099-NEC and how it differs from the form 1099-MISC.