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Expired and expiring tax provisions that may impact you and your business

Expired and expiring tax provisions that may impact you and your business

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 made several sweeping changes to the tax code. However, many provisions contained a “sunset” or expiration date. This article will review several provisions that have either recently expired or are scheduled to expire in the coming years.
Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for employers

Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for employers

The SECURE 2.0 Act aims to improve retirement savings by making it easier for employers to offer retirement plans to employees and for individuals to increase their retirement savings. This article will discuss selected provisions of the Act and their potential impact on employers.
Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for individuals

Key provisions of the SECURE 2.0 Act for individuals

The SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 aims to improve retirement savings by making it easier for employers to offer retirement plans to employees and for individuals to increase their retirement savings. Learn about select provisions of the Act that affect individuals.
Protecting Your Finances During an Economic Downturn

Protecting Your Finances During an Economic Downturn

Many economists are predicting that the US economy will experience a downturn, if not a recession, in 2023. A downturn can lead to job loss, reduced income, and financial insecurity. While it's impossible to predict the future with certainty, there are steps you can take to protect your finances during a downturn.
Back-to-normal supply chain fuels disinflation tailwind

Back-to-normal supply chain fuels disinflation tailwind

Supply chains in the United States continued to recover in December, remaining at the pre-COVID level for the sixth straight month, according to the RSM US Supply Chain Index.
Preparing for state section 174 differences

Preparing for state section 174 differences

State conformity to section 174 and potential congressional action require taxpayers to plan ahead and stay flexible as compliance season approaches.
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.
Key takeaways for employers under the SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022

Key takeaways for employers under the SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022

SECURE 2.0 Act significantly changes the tax rules governing qualified retirement plans and individual retirement accounts (IRAs).
ASC 842: The clock is ticking; act now to remain compliant

ASC 842: The clock is ticking; act now to remain compliant

Many middle market private companies have delayed ASC 842 adoption. RSM has options to help ensure compliance, but you must act now.
Manufacturing sector posts first decline in nearly 3 years, while labor demand remains robust

Manufacturing sector posts first decline in nearly 3 years, while labor demand remains robust

Industry and government data on Wednesday continued to paint a mixed picture of the economy as the end of the business cycle is approaching.
Crafting a buy-sell agreement for your business

Crafting a buy-sell agreement for your business

Buy-sell agreements are an essential tool for businesses with more than one owner. This type of agreement defines what will happen to the departing owner's share of the business if they leave. Learn about the benefits, key components, and important considerations of a buy-sell agreement for your business.
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.
Does your company need an employee benefit plan audit?

Does your company need an employee benefit plan audit?

An employee benefit plan audit is a periodic and independent examination of a company’s benefit plans that are subject to ERISA. If your company currently offers or plans to offer an employee benefit plan, read this article to learn about audit requirements.
Employee or Independent Contractor?

Employee or Independent Contractor?

It's important to correctly classify your workers as either employees or independent contractors. Incorrectly classifying workers can have serious legal and financial consequences. Learn about factors to consider when classifying your workers.
2020 employer Social Security deferral repayments due Jan. 3, 2023

2020 employer Social Security deferral repayments due Jan. 3, 2023

Employers and self-employed individuals who chose to defer paying part of their 2020 Social Security tax obligation, must make a final payment by Jan. 3, 2023.