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New Version of Form I-9 Required for Employers

On January 22, 2017, a new version of Form I-9 will officially replace the existing version and previous versions will no longer be accepted for new hires, re-hires and certain existing employees.


Tax Information Exchange Agreement Could Boost Ties Between U.S., Argentina

A new agreement between the U.S. and Argentina allows for greater collaboration between the two countries’ tax authorities and is expected to create tax transparency, curb tax evasion, and help to identify money laundering.


IRS Expands Foreign Assets Reporting Requirement

The time has finally come for certain specified domestic entities (i.e., certain corporations, partnerships, and trusts) to comply with FATCA reporting by filing a Statement of Specified Foreign Assets (Form 8938).


How Will Trump Tax Policy Affect High-Net-Worth Individuals?

With the January 20th inauguration looming large, and political appointments and late-night tweets flooding the news on a daily basis, many Americans are anxious to see what type of changes a Trump presidency will usher in starting in 2017.


Kaufman Rossin in the Community: Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade

Raul Garcia of Kaufman Rossin talks about his involvement in the community.


R&D Tax Update: New Opportunities for Businesses in 2016 and Beyond

Recent regulatory changes to the federal research credit (aka R&D tax credit) have presented a wealth of opportunity for small business and startups in many industries. As we approach the 2016 tax season, here is what business owners need to know.


9 Accounting Tasks to Consider Before Year-end

It’s that time of year again – time to address the year-end tasks needed to close out your books before providing your accountant with all of the necessary reports needed to prepare your tax return.


4 Keys to Success for Women in Business

From Procter & Gamble to Bath & Body Works, GNC, and most recently Rent the Runway, Beth Kaplan’s career has focused on reinventing companies and finding innovative ways to help them grow and thrive. Now she is inspiring other women in business to persevere and prosper.


Is Your Company Behind in Defending Against Social Engineering Attacks?

If your company isn’t already taking measures to mitigate your risk of social engineering, you’re behind. That’s the message according to a new report on cyber security and fraud from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.


New Rules Make It Easier to Claim R&D Tax Credit for Software

New regulations will allow many businesses who use proprietary software in the delivery of their product or service to claim the R&D tax credit on that software for the first time.