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Constitutional Challenge to Corporate Transparency Act Won’t Stop 2024 Reporting, Frazier & Deeter

Corporate Transparency Act Ruled Unconstitutional

April 10, 2024

An Alabama federal court recently ruled that the Corporate Transparency Act violates the Constitution’s Commerce clause by requiring nearly all U.S. small businesses to report information about their beneficial owners to FinCEN. Read More

Private Fund Reform

Inside the SEC’s Private Fund Reform: What Advisors Need to Know

April 3, 2024

The private fund industry is undergoing drastic change. Recently, the SEC deepened its oversight of the sector, adopting new rules meant to increase visibility into how private fund investments are managed and performing. Read More

For Financial Reporting and Accounting, Is Using Generative AI Worth the Risk? Frazier & Deeter

For Financial Reporting and Accounting, Is Using Generative AI Worth the Risk?

April 1, 2024

Generative artificial intelligence is reshaping the world of financial accounting, transforming how businesses approach digital strategy, gain insight and find solutions, but generative AI presents challenges on the path to opportunities. As organizations delve into this transformative technology, it’s important to consider all potential impacts and ensure that it’s used responsibly and effectively. Read More

IRS Audit Campaign Will Examine Personal Use of Corporate Airplanes, Frazier & Deeter

IRS Audit Campaign Will Examine Personal Use of Corporate Airplanes

March 19, 2024

The IRS's new Business Aircraft Campaign will focus on airplane usage by large corporations, large partnerships and high-income taxpayers, emphasizing the amount of business versus personal use, income reporting and fringe benefit inclusion. Read More

All Taxpayers Must Answer Digital Asset Question on Tax Returns, Frazier & Deeter

All Taxpayers Must Answer Digital Asset Question on Tax Returns

March 11, 2024

Everyone who files must check one box answering either "Yes" or "No" to the new digital asset question. It must be answered by all taxpayers, not just by those who engaged in a transaction involving digital assets in 2023. Read More

Navigating the New Era: The 2024 Global Internal Audit Standards

February 23, 2024

In an era defined by rapid changes and complex challenges, the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) has once again set the stage for transformative practices within the internal audit profession. With the issuance of the Global Internal Audit Standards in... Read More

The University of Florida & FD, HITRUST Case Study, Frazier & Deeter

Enhancing Security Standards with HITRUST: The University of Florida and FD

February 13, 2024

The University of Florida successfully achieved HITRUST certification for HiPerGator, their cutting-edge high-performance computing system. FD's specialized HITRUST approach not only enhanced their certification experience but also optimized outcomes, providing them with a robust security standard and compliance with HIPAA. Read More

Proposed Regulations Offer Guidance on Worthless Debt for Regulated Financial Institutions, Frazier & Deeter

Proposed Regulations Offer Guidance on Worthless Debt for Regulated Financial Institutions

February 12, 2024

These updated rules aim to establish conclusive presumptions for the worthlessness of debt instruments held by regulated financial entities, such as banks, financial institutions and insurance companies under federal or state regulatory supervision. Read More

Tax Alert, New Guidance for Section 174, Key Business Tax Breaks Moving Quickly Through Congress, Frazier & Deeter

Tax Alert: New Guidance for Section 174

February 1, 2024

The House successfully passed the $78 billion tax bill H.R. 7024. Notably, the bill reinstates the current year expensing of domestic research and experimentation costs. For companies investing in research and development, this tax break holds significant importance. Read More

SALT ALERT: Tennessee Proposes Major Changes to Franchise Tax

January 25, 2024

On January 24, two Tennessee House Republicans introduced House Bill (HB) 1893. As introduced, HB 1893 deletes the provision requiring that the measure of the franchise tax must not be less than the actual value of the real or tangible property owned or used by a taxpayer in Tennessee. Read More

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