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Come February, there isn’t much you can do to save on your taxes — most tax breaks required taking action by Dec. 31 of last year. But tax pros say there are a still a few maneuvers you can make to lower your tax bill before the April filing deadline.

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Investors and developers in Miami-Dade County have been pouring money into Opportunity Zones. Real estate sales in those tax incentive areas jumped to $942M during 2nd and 3rd quarters despite lingering regulatory questions.

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Janet Kyle Altman of Kaufman Rossin is a winner of the 2019 In the Company of Women awards.

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Medical advances, changes in technology, and the constantly shifting landscape of healthcare reform are changes you can’t escape.  Many practitioners are apprehensive about the bottom line impact of changes they can’t control.  But if you focus on areas you can control, change can bring a positive result to your business performance.

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Kaufman Rossin, one of the top 100 CPA and advisory firms in the U.S., has promoted Nikoleta Angelova, Paulo Benavides, Carlos Diaz and Brian Frankel to manager. All were formerly supervisors within the firm.

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Los bancos que realizan operaciones en América Latina deben estar conscientes de los múltiples riesgos a los que pueden estar expuestos, los cuales que pueden derivar de la relación con otros bancos en la región cuando éstos carecen de procesos adecuados para asegurar la transparencia en operaciones bancarias.

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Federal officials are now ironing out the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017 legislation, and accountants say certain sections will impact small business owners this tax filing season.

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The interest charge domestic international sales corporation, or IC-DISC, regime was enacted nearly 50 years ago to promote the exporting activities of certain U.S. businesses.

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In this Search CIO Q&A, multiple experts sound off on major questions businesses have about CCPA compliance ahead of its January 2020 enforcement date.

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A small broker-dealer of fewer than 25 employees in suburban Kansas City, Missouri enabled a $3.5 billion payday-lending scheme by ignoring more than 100 alerts of potentially suspicious transactions and disregarding the concerns of the firm that cleared them.

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This is the 10th time the firm has been recognized on Accounting Today's national list, ranking fourth this year among large firms.

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In today’s manufacturing world, ever more of that information comes through technology, with the smart factory, or industry 4.0, now a case of move forward or fall behind – with possibly fatal consequences to businesses that don’t keep up.

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Does the Wayfair decision mean that businesses should start collecting sales tax on taxable sales tax to purchases in every state starting June 21, 2018? Not necessarily.

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Innovative construction companies are using artificial intelligence, automation and predictive analytics in construction accounting to do just that.

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In this installment, Kevin Fine continues his discussion of KPIs and how their proper application is the first step towards effective revenue cycle management.

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Attracting and retaining top-notch talent is an ongoing challenge that South Florida human resources professionals continue to face.

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A certified public accounting firm has agreed to lease nearly 65,000 square feet at a mixed-use development in Coconut Grove, Florida, the first new non-medical office space in that suburban Miami market in more than 20 years.

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“The move to this expanded, innovative space represents new beginnings for Kaufman Rossin while keeping us true to our roots in Coconut Grove," said Blain Heckaman, Chief Executive Officer of Kaufman Rossin.

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ACAMS' global award recognizes Chorlins’ achievements in the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF) field.

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Flexibility is one of the ‘gold-standard’ qualities in American business. Employees are always looking for flexible schedules, flexible hours—anything that allows for consideration of unexpected occurrences in life.

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A new scholarship endowment honors principal Jason Chorlins, co-leader of the firm's banking practice.

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