25 Fascinating Tax Facts

Why does Tax Day fall on April 15, and which historical leader taxed beards? Read on for answers to those questions and more fascinating tax facts.

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Will 2021 Be The Year To Align Globally On Sustainability Reporting?

As the World Economic Forum (WEF) convenes virtually this week, business must recommit to supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 2015 Paris Agreement through more consistent environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting to highlight progress in these areas toward long-term value creation for all stakeholders.

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Retirement Planning Implications of COVID-19

As the pandemic wears on, many Americans are considering what adjustments they will need to make to their retirement savings strategies to account for its long-term financial implications. These are the considerations CPAs are taking under advisement as clients begin poising these questions.

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Michiganders Encouraged to Search for Lost or Abandoned Property Today

Michiganders are encouraged take time out of their busy schedules to check if they have lost or abandoned property in celebration of National Unclaimed Property Day today, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.

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Michigan Department of Treasury

Students and families looking for help paying for college are encouraged to register for an upcoming Virtual College Financial Aid Night hosted by Michigan Department of Treasury’s MI Student Aid team.

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Will Tax Havens Fall Prey to Global Momentum on Anti-Abuse Tax Initiatives?

Tax havens have faced closer scrutiny since the last global financial crisis. The current crisis will only increase the pressure on such jurisdictions and the taxpayers taking advantage of them. Anshu Khanna of Nangia Andersen LLP in San Francisco argues use of tax havens carries reputational risk for corporate taxpayers.

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Creating & Preserving a Successful Remote Company Culture

The way we work took a sudden shift earlier this year. Almost overnight, culture changed and has become more important than ever in the remote and hybrid working environment many companies and employees now find themselves in. It determines engagement, motivation, how colleagues communicate and collaborate virtually and thrive. Without a strong culture, business agility and innovation are hampered, standing in the way of effective customer service and business success.

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Unpacking PPP2 Impacts Upon Employee Retention Credit

Originally part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the Employee Retention Credit has experienced some modification in 2021. This week, we take a look at how the Employee Retention Credit provisions are different from its inception.

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Taking Action: Data Privacy Day

Today’s society dictates that everyone, on some scale, will accumulate a digital footprint that contains a little or a lot of personal information. Through use of social media and other online activities, personal data and privacy is a concern for both individuals and businesses alike. Find out what Data Privacy Day is, and why you – the person, the business owner, and consumer – should get involved.

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What CPAs Need to Know About Cyber Insurance Today

As Data Privacy Day approaches, thoughts about your firm’s cyber security are likely floating near to the surface. As COVID-19 has exacerbated an already problematic business liability, now is the time to review what you know about cyber insurance in today’s climate.

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