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Kaufman Rossin announced today that Tax Principal Yaury Jattin, CPA, MST, has joined the board of directors of PACE Miami.

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Internal Revenue Code Section 965 as enacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act imposes a one-time transition tax on the deferred earnings and profits of certain foreign corporations owned by U.S. persons.

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Kaufman Rossin, one of the top CPA and advisory firms in the U.S., announced today that Financial Services Assurance and Consulting Principal Nick Tootle, CPA, has been elected to the Hedge Fund Association’s Global Board of Directors.

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Traditional correspondent banking is facing significant challenges from customers, regulatory and compliance burdens, and non-bank payment providers such as FinTech.

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Kaufman Rossin, one of the top 100 CPA and advisory firms in the U.S., announced today that Ricardo Gomez, CAMS, has joined the firm as a principal in the risk advisory services practice.

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Jennifer Newton, J.D., director of consumer financial services compliance at Kaufman Rossin, was named one of “South Florida’s 50 Most Powerful and Influential Black Leaders in Business and Industry” of 2018 by Legacy South Florida magazine.

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Open banking is about your financial data and your ability to access it, share it and protect it.

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Banks are grappling with a pair of competing regulatory deadlines that may leave them with intercontinental whiplash over the collection of customers' personal data.

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Forty-three percent of all cyberattacks in 2015 were targeted at small businesses, according to cybersecurity technology company  Symantec.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act simplified some parts of the tax code, others were made more complicated, particularly the provisions relating to businesses. Moreover, many of the provisions are scheduled to expire in 2026.

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What steps can companies take to protect the publishing process within their organization?

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The impact on the accounting profession of technologies like robotic process automation, artificial intelligence and blockchain over the next five years will be nothing short of profound, according to the leaders of the Top 100 Firms — and they’re being extremely proactive in adapting, in hopes of anticipating many of the coming changes.

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You may believe your medical practice is profitable, but how do you really know? Even if you know how much money you’re making, you likely don’t know how much you’re leaving on the table.

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Luxury real estate sales in Florida could boost from a rule in the federal tax bill that President Donald Trump signed into law in December.

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Filing taxes will never be the same after federal tax reforms now taking effect set new precedents and concerns regarding deductions.

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott appointed Kaufman Rossin’s Adrian Alfonso, CPA, as chair of the Florida Early Learning Advisory Council (ELAC) in recognition of his work as chair of the Early Learning Coalition of Miami-Dade/Monroe.

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Joy A. Batteen, director of human resources at Kaufman Rossin, is a recipient of the 2018 South Florida Business & Wealth (SFBW) Excellence in Human Resources Award.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes significant tax cuts for many businesses, but law firms on the whole won’t fare as well. Read on to learn more about the tax changes that could affect you and your firm.

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By being aware of deductions, especially those that are often overlooked, small business owners can save money on their taxes each year. It can also lead to more informed discussions with their tax professionals.

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Law firms aren’t jumping for joy in the same way many other small businesses are because of the recent passage of a new tax bill.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act should make taxation strategy a top priority for many South Florida businesses. With its numerous ramifications, the new law is a reminder that tax can be a significant driver of value for organizations of all sizes.

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