The Nanny Tax–It’s Complicated, and it’s not just for Nannies

by Tim Marshall 21. December 2015 13:41
As the prevalence of households using in-home assistance increases, it is important to be reminded of the repercussions of the “Nanny Tax.” For instance, as our senior citizen population grows, more and more families are employing senior caregivers. If you hire a caregiver that is paid m... [More]

Looking Ahead - Forthcoming Changes to Tax Return Due Dates

by Steven Sodini 16. December 2015 15:33
As of July 31, 2015, the U.S. Congress passed legislation that will impact the filing deadlines of certain income tax returns that will be filed in 2017. Under the name of the Surface Transportation Act of 2015 (a.k.a. the Stopgap Highway Bill), Congress intends to generate revenue that will partial... [More]

Beware Tax-Related Identity Theft

by Jim Dieterle 16. December 2015 11:12
A recent study by the General Accounting Office found that nearly $25 billion in identity theft had been prevented by the IRS in the past year. That is the good news. The bad news is that in the same study the GAO reported nearly $6 billion was stolen from taxpayers through identify theft. For the ... [More]

Seeking Cyber Resiliency in 2016

by Ken Urish 8. December 2015 11:40
In the evolving cyber risk management environment, cyber security is becoming an increasing priority for CFO’s, risk managers and financial executives. This is evidenced by the projected increased emphasis on cyber security for 2016 disclosed by two recent surveys. Consulting firm Protiviti su... [More]