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Cautionary tale: Owner personally liable for sales tax

Cautionary tale: Owner personally liable for sales tax

A New York administrative law judge found an owner to be a responsible person and personally liable for unpaid sales and use taxes.
Measuring the risk of default in the debt ceiling crisis

Measuring the risk of default in the debt ceiling crisis

The one- and three-year U.S. credit default swaps have already spiked above levels of previous financial and political crises.
American consumers grow more cautious as spending falls

American consumers grow more cautious as spending falls

Personal spending fell by 0.2% in dollar terms in December and by 0.3% after adjusting for inflation, which rose by 0.1% on the month.
Incentivize Employees With Stock Appreciation Rights Instead of Equity

Incentivize Employees With Stock Appreciation Rights Instead of Equity

Many business owners want to incentivize and reward employees by tying their compensation to the company's performance. One way to do this is through stock options, but using stock appreciation rights might be a better solution.
A guide to business ownership

A guide to business ownership

RSM’s experienced business owner tax advisors understand the business lifecycle from startup to business transition. We can point out potential blind spots, provide tips and lay out the best tax strategies to help ensure success.
U.S. becomes the top destination for foreign direct investment

U.S. becomes the top destination for foreign direct investment

Rising rates, a strong dollar, an innovative economy as well as the rule of law continue to attract significant capital into American-based corporations.
FASB Proposes Changes to Lease Accounting Rules

FASB Proposes Changes to Lease Accounting Rules

The Financial Accounting Standards Board recently issued a proposed Accounting Standards Update for Leases (Topic 842). The update addresses related-party arrangements between entities under common control. This video provides an overview of the proposed changes.
Year-end estate & gift planning considerations

Year-end estate & gift planning considerations

The end of the year is fast approaching, and with it comes the opportunity to reassess your tax and financial circumstances. Learn about strategies to help minimize your taxes for 2022.
Tax withholding for equity compensation

Tax withholding for equity compensation

Employment and income tax withholding rules for equity compensation
Ninth Circuit reverses IRS win in $35 million partnership adjustment

Ninth Circuit reverses IRS win in $35 million partnership adjustment

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the United States Tax Court on the issue of what constitutes a filed partnership return.
When To Outsource Your Accounting

When To Outsource Your Accounting

Thanks to the cloud and automation, outsourcing has never been a more viable option than it is today. Quite often, outsourcing can be more efficient and less expensive than hiring dedicated staff. In this video, we'll cover the benefits of outsourcing your accounting.
Frequently asked questions about stock appreciation rights

Frequently asked questions about stock appreciation rights

Stock appreciation rights are an equity-based compensation device intended to incentivize key employees.
Health care revenue integrity: Panel shares insights and considerations

Health care revenue integrity: Panel shares insights and considerations

Health care leaders share revenue integrity challenges and insights at RSM’s Virtual Health Care Day.
Five Steps to Recognizing Revenue in Financials

Five Steps to Recognizing Revenue in Financials

The FASB and IASB have provided standards for properly recognizing revenue in your financials. Using a five step process, companies recognize revenue based on the value and timing of when control of the goods and services are transferred to the customer. Learn about the standards and how to properly recognize revenue for your company.
IRS makes statements on CARES Act Employee Retention Tax Credit risks

IRS makes statements on CARES Act Employee Retention Tax Credit risks

On Oct. 19, 2022 the IRS issued a news release warning employers to be wary of third parties who have ramped up campaigns to try and get employers to claim the CARES Act Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) when they may not actually qualify.