Accounting Advices 

2 Ways You Can Avoid Penalties from the IRS

Don’t run the risk of being punished with harsh penalties from the IRS! Tax Day 2022 returns its original April 15th deadline. While that seems like it’s ages away, it’s a good idea to stay on top of your finances. Falling behind on tax payments (or even worse – outright dodging the taxes you are supposed to pay) can land you in some serious hot water. The Internal Revenue Service frowns on any misconduct of all descriptions. Don’t run the risk of being punished with harsh penalties. They’ll hamstring your…

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Accounting Services 

Get Your Precious ZZZZs and Let An Automated A/P Solution Handle Supplier Tax Compliance

Believe it or not, risks associated with tax and tax compliance still keep CEOs in the US and around the world up at night, even in these COVID times when supply chain issues, the Great Resignation, and cybersecurity incidents grab all the headlines. According to the KPMG 2021 CEO Outlook Pulse Survey, 14% of the 500 CEOs who were polled earlier this year said tax risk poses the greatest threat to their organization’s growth over the next three years—which was behind only cybersecurity risk at 18%. In its report, KPMG…

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Accounting Advices 

Compensation Watch ’21: Is Plante Moran Rolling Out Salary Adjustments For the Masses? (UPDATE)

[Updated with additional comp information at the bottom of article originally posted on Nov. 22.] The answer is YES according to a tip we received last week: A few weeks ago Plante Moran announced to its employees that everyone is getting a January 1 market increase (separate from the normal market and merit increases that come on July 1 following the March 31 performance year). Increases are across the board, everyone at a particular level gets the exact same percentage. Increases are same regardless of office or practice unit. Anecdotally…

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Accounting Newsletter 

KPMG Poaches Someone From EY and Issues a Press Release, Part VIII

Just like our waistlines over Thanksgiving weekend, the tax practice at the Queen’s KPMG got larger earlier this month with the addition of three new partners. Candice Nichol, a tax lawyer with 14 years of experience, joined KPMG as a deal advisory tax partner in London from international law firm Simmons & Simmons, while Justin LaHood was appointed to lead KPMG UK’s Financial Services Tax Transformation business. The third person, Mike Bolan, was poached from EY: KPMG has also hired Mike Bolan to head its UK-US Financial Services Corridor. Mike,…

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