Month: March 2021

President Joe Biden is preparing to roll out a $3 trillion infrastructure plan paid for in part by $2 trillion in tax increases on U.S. corporations. The premise is that the economic benefits of government infrastructure spending outweigh the economic harm from an increase in corporate taxes. The Biden administration has yet to make that
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As companies prepare to file for the upcoming tax season, businesses face uncertainty emerging from an enduring pandemic. Further, dealing with multiple jurisdictions’ changing laws, deadlines and requirements can often require a small army of specialists. The choices made during this tax season can significantly impact future tax consequences, both domestically and internationally. Businesses must
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The Financial Accounting Standards Board released an accounting standards update Tuesday that gives private companies and nonprofits an accounting alternative to decrease the complexity of performing a goodwill triggering event evaluation. Under current U.S. GAAP, goodwill needs to be tested for impairment when a triggering event happens that indicates that it’s more likely than not
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In this article AMZN An AWS Ground Station satellite antenna at one of the company’s data center in Boardman, Oregon. Amazon Amazon Web Services announced the launch of a new space startup assistance program on Tuesday, with the tech giant partnering with U.K.-based venture firm Seraphim Capital on the project. The AWS Space Accelerator is
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Table of Contents Executive Summary Income tax repeal is on the agenda in West Virginia, with Governor Jim Justice (R) and Republicans in both the House and Senate releasing plans for dramatically lowering or eliminating the state’s individual income tax. Despite their shared aims, these plans represent vastly different approaches. They are not even aligned
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