The IRS announced a moratorium on the popular Employee Retention Credit through at least the end of 2023. Here’s what you need to know about the moratorium.
There’s a new law that should be on the radar screen of most small- and medium-sized business owners. The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), passed in 2021, will require many businesses to take action in 2024. Now is the time for business owners to be aware of what’s coming down the pike with the new law, understand how they might be affected and the steps they need to take to comply.
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If you’re one of the half million Americans who purchased an electric vehicle so far in 2023, you might be eligible for a tax credit.
There’s new guidance for businesses and nonprofits that are subject to the relatively new lease accounting standard.
If advertisements about the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) have grabbed your attention, you’re not alone. Scammers have jumped on the opportunity to convince business owners to claim this potentially lucrative tax credit. Here’s what you need to know about the ERC, who qualifies and how to avoid falling victim to a scam.
Government contractors who do business with the Veterans Affairs Administration (VA) will soon have a great deal of increased cyber security and data privacy responsibilities after the VA recently updated cyber security compliance regulations. These new regulations better protect sensitive VA-related data stored in a contractor’s IT systems. The VA Acquisition Regulation (VAAR) is increasing focus on immediate breach notification requirements, the liquidated damages related to those breaches as well as unscheduled and intermittent site visits to inspect the IT systems housing the VA-related data. Contractors need to be in compliance with the new regulations in order to avoid the possible heavy penalties.