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Incurred cost submission best practices for government contractors

Incurred cost submission best practices for government contractors

Federal government contractors need to prepare the incurred cost submission (ICS). Learn best practices for preparing this important document.
5 things to know in life sciences: Week of March 4, 2024 

5 things to know in life sciences: Week of March 4, 2024 

Each week we highlight five things affecting the life sciences industry. Here's the latest.
U.S. employment report: Robust hiring continued in February

U.S. employment report: Robust hiring continued in February

Sustained demand for labor in the American economy was on vivid display on Friday as the Labor Department reported that 275,000 jobs were created in February.
California rules foreign dividends includible in sales factor denominator

California rules foreign dividends includible in sales factor denominator

California finds repatriated foreign earnings includible as 'gross receipts' in the sales factor denominator despite deduction from net income.
Technology transfer poses significant risk to US companies and subsidiaries

Technology transfer poses significant risk to US companies and subsidiaries

Companies must include protecting the transfer of technology when implementing export compliance procedures or face severe consequences.
IRS announces new initiative aimed at high-income non-filers

IRS announces new initiative aimed at high-income non-filers

IRS announces initiative aimed at high-income earners who have not filed tax returns. IRS estimates 125,000 instances of non-filing.
Government contractors: Are you ready to prepare the incurred cost submission?

Government contractors: Are you ready to prepare the incurred cost submission?

Federal government contractors need to prepare the incurred cost submission (ICS). It is crucial for contractors to meet the ICS deadline.
New OECD Pillar One guidance for baseline distribution activities

New OECD Pillar One guidance for baseline distribution activities

Understanding a new way to set and support pricing for baseline distribution activities
Service sector continues to grow in February

Service sector continues to grow in February

The service sector continued to grow in February for the 14th straight month, according to the Institute for Supply Management on Tuesday.
Geopolitical tensions and risks to the inflation outlook

Geopolitical tensions and risks to the inflation outlook

Just as inflation appeared to be getting under control in recent months, rising tensions in the Middle East have shaken this view and now represent the major risk to our economic and inflation outlooks.
The price of eggs and the effect on public sentiment

The price of eggs and the effect on public sentiment

With the economy growing at a healthy rate over the past year, one would think that Americans would be celebrating a boom.
Inflation expectations remain remarkably well anchored

Inflation expectations remain remarkably well anchored

The inflation shock of the past three years is abating. One reason is that expectations of future inflation continue to remain remarkably well anchored.
The growing imperative of cybersecurity in private equity investments

The growing imperative of cybersecurity in private equity investments

Private equity firms must prioritize cybersecurity in their investment strategies to safeguard assets within the key sectors they influence.
Textile manufacturer transforms warehouse processes with NetSuite WMS

Textile manufacturer transforms warehouse processes with NetSuite WMS

RSM implemented NetSuite WMS for Eurow & O'Reilly, creating automated warehouse processes with more accuracy, efficiency and scalability.
RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index: Soft sentiment in an uneven recovery

RSM US Manufacturing Outlook Index: Soft sentiment in an uneven recovery

The slowdown in manufacturing continued into February, but at a slower pace, according to surveys conducted by regional Federal Reserve banks.