Remember when the most difficult decision was selecting where to hold the family meeting? Welcome to the Family Meeting of 2021 where proper planning and expert facilitation matters more than ever.
From phishing emails and identity theft to fraudulent money transfer requests, cybercriminals continue to find new ways to target individuals and their assets. This fundamentals checklist and
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Among its many provisions, the American Rescue Plan COVID relief addresses paid sick and family leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and makes temporary but significant
Tax technology has been missing for a long time for many partnerships, most notably investment partnerships. There has been an increasing demand from fund CFOs for much more timely tax reporting, and
As businesses and the economy recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and seek to reestablish some normalcy, tax professionals have a rare opportunity to lead change within their organizations. For some,
The unprecedented timeline of the COVID-19 vaccine becoming available has raised concerns about its safety and efficacy. As the vaccines become more widely available, employers have a responsibility
When a ransomware attack happens, it forces many organizations to make a difficult choice—pay the ransom or experience prolonged business or data loss. But there is also another complication
2020 was a year of diverse risks marked by a global pandemic, a record number of storms, catastrophic wildfires, and ongoing threats to people and property from other perils, including cyber risks.
High net-worth families for whom privacy is a paramount consideration may be concerned that the Corporate Transparency Act, which became law on January 1, 2021, creates a risk of sensitive ownership