Firms Go Phishing to Bolster Company Cybersecurity

Fernando Martinez of Texas Hospital Association turned to Kaufman Rossin to test employees’ cybersecurity awareness with PhishNet, a program that lets organizations send phishing emails without advance notice to staff that such emails are coming.

4 Red Flags in the GOP Tax Bills

CNN Money examines the tax bills passed by the House and Senate.

Looming Tax Changes Amplify Cost Segregation Benefit for Real Estate

Savvy developers and owners of commercial properties know that significant tax deferrals, a boost in cash flow and an increase in capital immediately available for new projects make cost segregation more than a mere timing play.

Expanding Practice? Considerations for Building Out Clinical and Office Space

Thinking of expanding your medical practice’s office and clinical space? With interest rates still low, borrowing money to invest in a buildout may seem quite attractive. However, before you move ahead with an expansion plan, there are a few factors you should consider.

Kaufman Rossin Names Director for Expanding Consumer Financial Services Compliance Practice

Jennifer Newton, a former financial services regulator at the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), will oversee the firm’s growing consumer financial services compliance practice.

Kaufman Rossin Voted as One of the Best Accounting Firms Sixth Year in a Row

Kaufman Rossin was recognized as one of the best accounting firms in Daily Business Review’s “Best of 2017” reader survey in four categories.

Joy A. Batteen Recognized as 2017 Power Leader in Human Resources

Joy A. Batteen, director of Human Resources at Kaufman Rossin, has been named a 2017 Power Leader in Human Resources by the South Florida Business Journal.

The Strategy That Can Save Real Estate Developers Thousands caught up with Louis Guay, director of R&D Tax and Cost Segregation Services at Kaufman Rossin, to learn more about cost segregation analysis in part one of this exclusive interview.

How can physicians combat industry shortages and meet patient demands?

In the next few years, a major shortage of primary care physicians will sweep across the United States. By 2025, the number of physicians needed will fall short by 46,000 to 90,000, according to a recent study from the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Shakira Implicated in the Paradise Papers (Spanish Interview)

According to the Paradise Papers, the Colombian singer manages 31.6 million Euros in Malta and Luxembourg. View Telemundo’s video interview with Tax Principal Leandro Barbuscio to learn more. 

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