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As income tax rates increase, beware of certain deferral strategies

As income tax rates increase, beware of certain deferral strategies

Tax-deferral techniques—possibly spurred by a potential increase to capital gains rates—must be scrutinized, as evidenced by this IRS memo
Are higher costs hampering corporate profits?

Are higher costs hampering corporate profits?

Investors are watching earnings to gauge the extent to which corporate profits are being impacted by supply chain issues and more.
Frequently asked questions about restricted stock

Frequently asked questions about restricted stock

What is restricted stock and how does it affect taxes for employers and employees? Find out more about this executive compensation option.
The Real Economy: Policy, economics and your business

The Real Economy: Policy, economics and your business

This webcast series will help attendees gain a deeper understanding of top policy and economic issues affecting middle market businesses.
First-quarter GDP: Growth improves as the recovery accelerates

First-quarter GDP: Growth improves as the recovery accelerates

It's essential that the fiscal and monetary authorities follow through on current policy paths for the economy to return to full employment.
Economic activity accelerates heading into spring

Economic activity accelerates heading into spring

March was another strong month for risk assets, especially in the U.S. as vaccine manufacturing and distribution ramped up.
Clean energy infrastructure is a key part of Biden’s jobs plan

Clean energy infrastructure is a key part of Biden’s jobs plan

Companies in the energy industry and related sectors need to pay close attention to what the bill could potentially mean for them.
How pandemic savings might have saved the day

How pandemic savings might have saved the day

We are confident that the year will end with the unemployment rate as low as 4.1% and the economy growing by 7.5% on a yearly basis.
Biden tax plan significantly limits like-kind exchange

Biden tax plan significantly limits like-kind exchange

Proposals include a $500,000 cap on gain deferral for like-kind exchanges and eliminating stepped-up basis with a $1 million exemption.
Residential construction costs surge amid supply constraints

Residential construction costs surge amid supply constraints

Everything from lumber to asphalt to cement to insulation has soared in price as the homebuilding industry has heated up.
Understanding a $2 trillion infrastructure project

Understanding a $2 trillion infrastructure project

A closer look at the Biden administration’s proposal and how it can improve productivity and, ultimately, raise living standards.
Cyberattacks continue to increase, with the middle market at risk

Cyberattacks continue to increase, with the middle market at risk

Hackers and other electronic criminals continued their relentless pursuit of data and sensitive information from middle market businesses.
Student loans and their effect on retirement

Student loans and their effect on retirement

Repaying student loans is a win, but employees are missing out on contributing to their retirement and employer matching contributions.
Funding the American Families Plan: Tax changes afoot

Funding the American Families Plan: Tax changes afoot

Join RSM on this webcast to explore the American Families Plan and the related tax implications affecting the middle market.
The American Families Plan

The American Families Plan

On April 28, 2021, President Biden introduced the American Families Plan, a $1.8 trillion spending plan that includes tax increases on high-income taxpayers to help offset its costs. In this video, we will quickly cover potential changes to the tax law that, if enacted, may affect you and your family.