IRS releases 2022 retirement plan limitations
The IRS has released its annual cost-of-living adjustments for retirement plan limits, effective Jan. 1, 2022.
Consumer goods industry outlook: Winter 2022
Retailers, restaurants, apparel companies and food and beverage businesses continue to navigate a volatile reopening and economic recovery.
How $15 an hour became the de facto minimum wage
The shock to the economy unleashed by the pandemic and the response by workers have radically transformed the wage-earning landscape.
Billionaire tax proposed for wealthy individuals, estates and trusts
Senate finance committee proposes a billionaire tax to tax some unrealized capital gains for wealthy individuals, trusts and estates.
Build Back Better Act – What is in and what is out?
After intense negotiations, some provisions were eliminated while others were rewritten in an effort to appease all Democratic members.
Approaching deadline for COVID-19-related cafeteria plan amendments
By Dec. 31, 2021, any employer that made COVID-19-related changes to the operation of its cafeteria plan must adopt formal amendments.
GASB renames the comprehensive annual financial report
The GASB has changed the term “comprehensive annual financial report” to “annual comprehensive financial report.”
Board risk assessment: Where’s the focus?
Risk. Such a broad topic, but boards are ultimately responsible to investors and others for the all-encompassing task of risk oversight.
What’s going on with energy prices?
As economies continue to emerge from COVID-19-induced lockdowns, demand has rebounded more than expected, helping fuel the recent rally.
Tax changes and M&A: Accelerated deals, sticker shock, finding value
Proposed tax increases have accelerated deals. Transactions will continue despite any tax changes, just with new pricing considerations.
Tax policy impacts on high-income individuals
Explore the potential impacts of House-proposed tax changes on wealthy and high-income individuals and strategies to lessen the effects.
Homebuilders, facing material shortage, can’t meet soaring demands
Even as the housing market leads the U.S. economic recovery, homebuilders are facing new pressures as they try to meet surging demand.