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Steering Clear of Malware, Bots and Phish-Infested Waters

If the threat of malware, bots and phishing is not a priority for your business, you may want to consider the potential damage that could be done by just a single attack.


New Sentencing Guidelines Signal Consequences for Banking Marijuana Firms

The U.S. Justice Department’s plan to pursue harsher sentences against drug traffickers and other narcotics related activity should prompt financial institutions to reassess the risks posed by providing services to state authorized cannabis businesses, say sources.


‘Our Foundation Is People First’

James R. Kaufman looks back fondly on his trajectory with Kaufman Rossin, the Miami-based CPA and advisory firm he founded in 1962 with partner Jay Rossin.


What Are Tax Credits? What Small Businesses Need to Know

Tax credits differ from tax deductions, which most small businesses claim for expenses like office supplies and employee wages, in that deductions serve to reduce taxable income, resulting in lower taxes. Tax credits, on the other hand, reduce the actual tax amount owed.


Fort Lauderdale Alliance Efforts Bring 1,075 New Jobs, $207M Investment in First Half of Fiscal Year

The Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance assisted companies in creating 1,075 new positions and retaining 1,688 jobs in the first half of its fiscal year.


Tanya Ferreiro Named Among Most Influential Business Women

The award honors professional women who have a “record of leadership, performance and innovation” in their industry, as well as meaningful community involvement. Honorees were recognized at an awards luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on May 12th.


Will South Floridians Support Charities Without Getting a Tax Benefit?

Tax plans on the table right now could severely curtail the incentives for such donations and therefore put many charities around the country and in South Florida at risk.


Healthcare Data Security: It’s Not Getting Any Easier

More than 27 million patient records were compromised in reported healthcare data breaches in 2016 – and cyber criminals are to blame for the vast majority. Some of those incidents hit close to home.


Gauging Company Culture Using Internal Audit

More companies are conducting audits of their culture, but questions remain about who should be leading these efforts and how such audits can be done.


FinCen Rule Delayed Indefinitely by Regulatory Freeze, Other Factors: Sources

A U.S. proposal that would formally require thousands of investment advisers to comply with anti-money laundering regulations may be stalled indefinitely, according to industry sources.


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