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Copyright 2017
Let's say an established not-for-profit organization provides medical services to low-income families. The organization is approached by a group that wants to serve the same population with periodic reduced-cost dental clinics, and it has already lined up several large donations. The fledgling group, however, doesn't have 501(c)(3) status and wants the established organization to act as its fiscal sponsor.
Copyright 2017
The cost of medical malpractice continues to rise, according to the Aon/American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) Hospital and Physician Professional Liability 2013 Benchmark Analysis. This annual study helps health care providers better understand trends related to medical malpractice risks. It also provides benchmarks for hospitals and physicians to compare to their own claims histories.
Copyright 2017
Be careful when hiring teenagers to work for your company after school and during the summer months.
Copyright 2017
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 dealt a significant blow to U.S. exporters by phasing out the tax benefits available through the "extraterritorial income exclusion" (EIE). Fortunately however, there may be a way to offset the loss of the EIE. It is based on a tax device that's been on the books since 1984 called the Interest Charge Domestic International Sales Corporation -- or IC-DISC, for short.
Copyright 2017
President Trump and Republican members of Congress say the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will bring $3.2 trillion in tax cuts. Now that the bill has passed, everyone wants to know how much they'll save.
Copyright 2017
The new tax reform law - commonly referred to as the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" (TCJA) - is the most significant tax legislation in decades. Now businesses and individuals are trying to digest the details and evaluate how the changes will impact their tax situation.

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