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Capital Gains and Losses: How Do They Work?

Realized capital gains and losses occur when an asset is sold, which triggers a taxable event. Those are the basics, but the details can get confusing. Click through for an introduction into what these gains and losses can mean for you.

Understanding Revenue Recognition

If you enter into contracts with customers to transfer goods or services either domestically or internationally, you’ll be interested in clarifications from the Financial Accounting Standards Board. Click through for these essential financial accounting updates.

DOL Revisits Overtime Rule in Proposal

A new rule will likely make about 1 million additional workers eligible for overtime by raising the threshold to over $35,000 from the current $23,660. Click through for the details on this proposed change.

Do You Need Business Interruption Insurance?

Many businesses don't even know about it, but it can be essential to your long-term plans. Are you covered if your business can't continue for a substantial period of time? Click through for the reasons to consider business interruption insurance.

Government Warning on Tax Transcript Scam

It seems that online fraudsters are always reinventing themselves. A new scam, as explained by the IRS, involves trying to fool taxpayers into opening a fake document. Click through to learn how to protect yourself.

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