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With both major political party conventions behind us, it's time to focus on the upcoming national election. Among their many differences, the Republicans and Democrats have widely divergent tax platforms.
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If your company has a qualified retirement plan or you have set one up in self employment -- such as a 401(k), profit-sharing, or Keogh plan -- the participants might be allowed to borrow from their accounts. (This option is not available for traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, SEPs, or SIMPLE-IRAs.)
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Internal fraud drains approximately $4.5 trillion dollars annually from global businesses, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). According to ACFE's latest Report to the Nations, the median internal fraud loss in manufacturing and production companies is $198,000.
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Best practices for containing insurance costs are critical because insurance is one of the biggest costs in the dangerous construction environment.
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Physicians know they have a responsibility to provide health care to patients with mental or physical infirmities. But they may not know about the legal obligation to accommodate people with disabilities when it comes to hiring and other practices.

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Not-for-profit organizations often struggle with valuing non-cash and in-kind donations, including the value of houses and other real estate. Whether for recordkeeping purposes or when helping donors understand proper valuation for their charitable tax deductions, the task isn't easy.
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When you adopt a child, you could bring home more than a bundle of joy. You may also be in line for a valuable tax credit.
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If you're experiencing financial distress during the COVID-19 crisis, you might be thinking about tapping into your Roth IRA to improve your cash situation. But before withdrawing money from a Roth account, it's important to understand the federal income tax consequences, especially if you're under 59½.
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During the COVID-19 public health emergency, the use of telehealth services has skyrocketed, especially among at-risk seniors and patients located in rural areas with limited access to health care. In recent months, telemedicine has proven to be an effective and cost-efficient way to deliver care to patients — and government officials have taken notice.
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Word is spreading about the IRS and its significant backlog processing mailed-in tax payments. Accountants or their clients may have received a late-payment notice despite having mailed a check in on time. These notices were computer generated and went out to taxpayers based on whether their payment was processed.
 

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