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Podcast April 20, 2021 2021 E/M Coding Changes Overview

The 2021 Evaluation and Management guideline and code changes, effective January 1, 2021, were the first major shake-up to coding in many years. Nancy Clark discusses why the change was made now, what providers should be concerned about, and how a pr…

Blogs April 19, 2021 This Year on Pace to Beat 2020’s Record Year for VC Investment

Based on Q1 2021 VC activity, it appears—for the moment—that the yearly record of $156 billion over 1,200 deals will be shattered in 2021.

Blogs April 16, 2021 Hybrid Funds: New Buzz or Combo Basket?

This post features a recap of the recent event titled The Latest Trends & Concerns for Hybrid Funds and its coverage of fund documents, bookkeeping and audit concerns.

Blogs April 15, 2021 Trends Watch: Short Duration Bridge Loans

A conversation with Salman Khan of Stabilis Capital about the outlook for short-term bridge lending using commercial real estate as collateral.

Blogs April 14, 2021 6 COVID-19- Related Transfer Pricing Documentation Considerations

This post focuses on six key considerations for multinational enterprises preparing transfer pricing documentation for the 2020 tax year (FY2020) to document and memorialize any changes to their transfer pricing arrangements or profitability related …

Articles April 13, 2021 3 Cyber Trends in 2021

This article looks at three trends we see emerging for IT departments as they embrace the new geographic challenges of employees and newly formed attacks from cyber bad actors: work from anywhere, new systems, and user education.

On-Demand Webinars April 13, 2021 On-Demand Webcast: Hospitality Sector--Are You Ready for the Recovery?

Our panelists focused on the recovery of the hospitality sector as restrictions loosen and travel increases.

Articles April 13, 2021 IRS Notice 2021-25: Temporary 100% Deduction for Business Meal Expenses

IRS Notice 2021-25 provides guidance on the temporary 100% deductibility for food or beverages provided by a “restaurant” -- temporary in that it only applies to expenses that are paid or incurred after December 31, 2020 and before January 1, 2023.

Blogs April 13, 2021 Form 990-T Redesigned for 2020

A tax-exempt organization that has $1,000 or more of gross income from an unrelated business must file Form 990-T. Form 990T has been completely redesigned with many of the changes relating to the new regulations under TCJA.