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[Video] Becoming the Entrepreneurial Accountant with Accounting Today

Brian Amann discusses the importance of embracing an entrepreneurial spirit for sustainable firm growth.

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[Video] Steps to Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Accounting Today

Brian Amann discusses proactive steps accountants can take to build an entrepreneurial culture in their firms.

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[Video] Why sales tax automation saves you time and money?

Is sales tax automation on your priority to-do list? If not, it should be. Two experts in the area of sales tax automation offer their perspectives on why this should be.

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[White Paper] Caterpillar’s Congressional Testimony Highlights Transfer Pricing Risks

Sharpen your transfer pricing compliance knowledge with our latest white paper, a series of FAQs on many hard-to-crack issues related to transfer pricing by Stu Myhill, leader of TaxOps' International Tax Practice.

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10-Tax Essentials for Growing Businesses

With taxes among the top three expenses for most organizations, managing the size of a business’s obligation to U.S. and state taxing authorities could mean the difference between a good year and one where the business loses ground.

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CFOs losing sleep over financial reporting

Manual checks and balances, excel spreadsheets, and more upset the slumber of CFOs.

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Companies Spend More on R&D When Credits are Available, According to a Penn Wharton Brief

Wharton School of Business brief confirms that R&D expenditures vary based on tax subsidy rate.

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Five Business Tax Issues to Tackle by Year-end 2014

Tax savings come to those who plan. The time is now to make sure your company is acting on available tax-saving measures.

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Five Tips to Buying Professional Services

When it comes to choosing the right professional service provider to help your business succeed, the number of choices can be intimidating and the stakes high.

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Get the Answers for Taming Transfer Pricing Risk

Avoid the many pitfalls of noncompliance by proactively managing your transfer pricing policy to rein in risk. Learn more here.

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Getting the Most Out of Net Operating Loss Limitations

Proactively manage net operating loss and tax credit carryforwards following changes in ownership to get the most out of Section 382 limitations.

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IRS Puts Spotlight on Transfer Pricing Practices

The IRS ends tax-free outbound transfers of foreign goodwill and other intangibles and expands transfer pricing aggregation rules.

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Location Matters in Business Tax Treatment, According to Tax Foundation Study

With taxes a top three expense for virtually all business, understanding the full impact of state and local taxes is critical to strategic business decisions.

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Medical Device Excise Tax: Minimization and Compliance.

The medical device excise tax of 2.3% takes effect Jan. 1, 2013, putting in motion significant tax challenges and operational infrastructure demands on the medical device industry.

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Momentum is Growing for Permanent R&D Credit

Congress is moving closer to strengthening federal research and development incentives by making them a permanent part of the tax code.

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Pre-IPO tax strategies enrich shareholder value

There are many reasons an initial public offering (IPO) doesn’t reach its full potential. Despite being one of the most hyped offerings of 2012, Facebook’s initial stock price quickly lost 50 percent of its value in the weeks following the social network’s May 2012 public offering potentially due in part to taxes.

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Prepare Now to Leverage the Federal R&D Tax Credit

As support for a federal R&D tax credit extension builds once again, businesses should prepare to leverage this potentially significant investment incentive.

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Resource Download: Five Compelling Reasons for Separating Audit and Tax

Although one size does not fit all, there are a number of reasons for separating audit and tax work among two different providers.

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Talking Tax to a Packed Crowd at Denver Startup Week

TaxOps Partners presented "10 Tax Essentials for Growing Businesses" to business owners eager to get tax right.

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Tax Fit for Takeover: Create a Corporate Tax “Wellness” Plan to Up Company Value

Creating a wellness plan for your corporate tax profile around tax planning, tax risk management, tax cash flow management, and compliance and reporting helps to ensure that when it comes time to kick off your exit strategy, your company is tax fit for takeover.

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Tax Planning to Reduce Risk of Sales Tax Nexus Activity

Know before you go in-state what activities trigger nexus and the attendant obligation to collect sales tax.

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TaxOps Founder Brian Amann on Entrepreneurship in Accounting Today

MP Elite member Brian Amann shares his secret sauce for firm growth.

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Taxpayers Get Some Answers from IRS on Daunting Repair Regulations

The IRS has issued a set of frequently asked questions to add some clarity in this complicated area of tax law.

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The R&D Credit: What’s Your Credit Worth?

Qualified research and development activities can translate into sizable R&D credits for companies that know how to meet the complex claim requirements. Many firms are unaware of how or what to qualify, thus leaving the credits unclaimed.

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Time to Give Hourly Billing the Boot

Get off the clock with fixed-fee pricing and put the focus of each tax project squarely on best outcomes, not output. Brian Amann, CEO of TaxOps, talks about the business benefits of fixed-fee pricing in the Colorado Society of CPAs article, Will Hourly Billing Ever Die?

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Treasury, IRS Propose Action to Rein in Tax Inversion

The Obama administration takes its first step to curb the tide of corporate tax inversion deals with pending regulations.

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Uncertain Tax Positions Can Trigger IRS Audits

A reduced threshold broadens the base of taxpayers that must report uncertain tax positions, thereby exposing these businesses to an increased risk of an IRS audit.

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