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Articles February 24, 2020 Q1 2020 - End of the Road for the ‘Double Irish’

A discussion of the Irish tax legislation to prevent the incorporation of an Irish company which would be treated as tax resident in an “offshore” tax jurisdiction that did not have a Double Tax Treaty in place with Ireland.

Articles February 24, 2020 Q1 2020 - EisnerAmper Q&A with Max Levine and John Chaffetz, Co-Founders, Nico

A conversation with Nico’s Max Levine and John Chaffetz regarding their ‘neighborhood REIT’ and the possibilities it offers to investors.

Articles February 24, 2020 Q1 2020 - Are You Ready for Your Annual Audit?

A discussion of the steps one can take to more effectively prepare for their organization’s year-end audit.

Articles February 07, 2020 The Importance of Mitigating, Monitoring, and Managing Shadow IT Organizations

A discussion of ‘shadow IT’ -- computer programs, applications or other related protocols utilized within an entity without explicit organizational approval – and the regulatory, compliance, and financial risks that could result from this practice, a…

Articles February 07, 2020 California Consumer Privacy Act

A discussion of the impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and its impact on companies’ responsibilities as they relate to collecting, using, sharing or selling their customers’ personal data.

Articles February 07, 2020 Business Continuity and Crisis Response: What Is Your Plan?

A discussion of the necessity for robust continuity and crisis response plans – reasons why, and steps to take.

Articles February 01, 2020 Business Tax Quarterly Suggested Readings - Winter 2020

This Business Tax Quarterly discusses Hobby vs Business and several Tax Considerations Before Selling a Business.

Articles February 01, 2020 Three Main Criteria for Turning a Hobby into a Business

A discussion about the differences between a hobby and a business as they relate to taxation –and when it may be time to convert.

Articles February 01, 2020 Four Tax Considerations Before Selling a Business

The current tax regime may have owners of middle-market companies thinking of selling their business. 2020 promises a testy election season; a change in the political balance could mean significant tax changes. This article features a review of the …