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Mark Scott talks about his involvement with The Miami Foundation and the organization's mission to support local causes and improve communities across Miami.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act had significant impacts to the technology industry. To take advantage of beneficial provisions, take action now on year-end tax planning.

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Before year-end, physicians should plan for the potential short-term and long-term financial impact of recent tax changes on their practices.   

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As year-end 2018 closes in, it’s urgent that U.S. businesses with outbound operations take the time for proper planning with a tax advisor.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes tax changes that are positive for the manufacturing and distribution industry as well as provisions that are negative.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, seen to be very “business friendly,” includes a number of provisions affecting the private equity and investment fund industry. Without the proper planning before year-end, you could miss out on benefits.

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Some of the new law’s key provisions are beneficial to the construction industry, but the elimination of several deductions may be painful.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes a number of provisions affecting the real estate industry, generally in positive ways. But year-end tax planning with your advisors is more essential than ever.

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Leandro Barbuscio of Kaufman Rossin talks about his involvement with OUT Miami Foundation, a community organization focused on improving the lives of LGBTQ individuals.

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Have you often wondered how your business is doing compared to prior periods? Or how close you came to being within budget? Maybe you have been using QuickBooks for years and want better insights into your business, or maybe you’re a QuickBooks newbie and not exactly sure what reports are most useful.

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Miami’s commercial real estate all-stars discussed the future of the city at the 8th annual Miami State of the Market event.

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If you’re working to collect payments from customers sooner and with less hassle, there’s good news. Thanks to a new feature in QuickBooks Online (QBO), incremental billing is now easier for contractors and small businesses.

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Earlier this year, the IRS announced it would close the OVDP program to new participants by September 28, 2018.

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ASC 606 could potentially change the way your company records revenue and structures deals and contracts.

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Like other small operations, family offices tend to lack policies and procedures for preventing fraud. 

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Four states, led by New York, filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the IRS seeking to prevent the Treasury and the IRS from enforcing the SALT deduction limitation.

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Phishing attacks continue to be some of the most popular methods of cyber attack, representing at least 90% of cyber attacks worldwide. Even organizations with dedicated cyber defense budgets, such as financial services organizations and healthcare providers, find themselves challenged by phishing attacks. 

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The American Bankers Association (ABA) and other financial trade groups are pushing Congress to implement strong national data security standards and data breach notification requirements. Their goal is consistent enforcement of a national standard for consumer protection, instead of the current patchwork of security laws that vary from state to state.

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Kenneth Porras of Kaufman Rossin talks about his involvement with Good Karma Pet Rescue, a foster-based organization that finds loving homes for abandoned dogs and cats. 

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Fraud in most organizations, whether commercial or not-for-profit, is not totally preventable. When entrepreneurs or senior managers recognize and acknowledge that fraud could occur in their organization, their attention will likely shift to fraud detection.

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With regulatory uncertainty still looming due to changes in the senior leadership and agendas of many federal agencies, the opportunity to get insight from bank regulators about current trends in consumer compliance examinations and enforcement is invaluable to banks looking to understand their risk exposure and prioritize implementation projects.

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