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Deferred compensation deduction denied under section 404(a)(5)

Deferred compensation deduction denied under section 404(a)(5)

The Seventh Circuit recently affirmed the Tax Court's decision requiring the deferral of a deduction under section 404(a)(5).
IRS releases guidance on Roth catch-up contributions under SECURE 2.0

IRS releases guidance on Roth catch-up contributions under SECURE 2.0

Notice 2023-62 provides an administrative transition period for Roth catch-up contributions to high-income individuals.
Compensation-related tax risks when cashing out employee shareholders

Compensation-related tax risks when cashing out employee shareholders

How is an isolated share sale impacted by a section 409A valuation?
8 key considerations for choosing the right identity and access management solution

8 key considerations for choosing the right identity and access management solution

Our article offers eight key considerations to help you figure out where to start when selecting an identity and access management solution.
IRS extends tax filing deadline for Hurricane Idalia victims

IRS extends tax filing deadline for Hurricane Idalia victims

IRS grants disaster relief to hurricane victims in Florida. Affected taxpayers have until Feb. 15, 2024, to file returns and make payments.
Use a fit-gap analysis to pick a cloud ERP system

Use a fit-gap analysis to pick a cloud ERP system

Cloud ERP Fit-Gap Analysis: Uncover Potential, Plan Success. Explore how to align business needs with cloud capabilities for efficient operations.
FASB votes to issue final standard on segment reporting disclosures

FASB votes to issue final standard on segment reporting disclosures

This standard is intended to improve disclosures about a public entity's reportable segments and provide more information about expenses.
Estate planning after the sale of a business interest

Estate planning after the sale of a business interest

This article discusses estate planning and tax considerations after the sale of a business interest or other liquidity event, including common strategies to reduce estate tax and meet charitable giving goals.
Job openings drop to lowest in more than two years

Job openings drop to lowest in more than two years

Job openings fell to 8.8 million in July, staying under 9 million for the first time since March 2021, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Tuesday.
RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index: Signs of a bottom

RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index: Signs of a bottom

Only two of the five manufacturing centers surveyed by regional Federal Reserve banks, New York and Dallas, reported substantial declines Philadelphia and Kansas City regions reported substantial increases, while Richmond had a slight increase.
2023 consumer goods industry outlook

2023 consumer goods industry outlook

In our 2023 consumer goods industry outlook, we explore what's ahead for middle market business leaders.
The value of cyber insurance for health care providers

The value of cyber insurance for health care providers

Health care organizations that fail to continuously monitor their cyber insurance coverage become at risk due to escalating security challenges.
For boards, the best cybersecurity defense is a good offense

For boards, the best cybersecurity defense is a good offense

The regulation has been introduced to improve transparency in the markets for sustainable investment products while increasing transparency around sustainability claims made by FMPs.
Driving change: The new era of logistics and distribution

Driving change: The new era of logistics and distribution

Logistics and distribution companies that prioritize digital transformation will be able to tap into enormous opportunities. Companies need to examine where there are opportunities to standardize and streamline operations across the business and how advanced technologies can help improve processes, attract and retain talent, and enhance customer visibility.
Understanding and addressing new SEC cybersecurity rules

Understanding and addressing new SEC cybersecurity rules

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has recently released final cybersecurity rules that require public companies to disclose details on material incidents and cybersecurity risk management.