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Should Cloud Computing Setup Costs Be Expensed or Capitalized?

Companies will be able to capitalize, or spread out the costs of, setting up pricey business systems that operate on cloud technology under an update to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Here are the details. FASB responds to business complaints Over the last three years, businesses have complained to the Financial Accounting Standards Board

Even Voicemail is Susceptible to Fraud

In a world of increasing exposure to online security threats, it’s nice to be able to rely on voicemail for risk-free communication. The problem is, you can’t. Your voicemail system can easily be hacked if you don’t take some precautions. Passwords as passports In the most common scheme, hackers figure out the passwords for voicemail

Opportunity Zones: What We Know and What We Don’t

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) created the Opportunity Zones program to increase investment in economically distressed communities. The program provides preferential capital gains treatment for investments within designated low-income census tracts. Policymakers hope opportunity zones will unleash investment in low-income communities throughout the country. This analysis describes opportunity zone program incentives, reviews both

Hundreds of IRS employees are skipping work

That could delay tax refunds A recent Washington Post article makes an interesting observation about the impact of large numbers od IRS employees skipping work. Here is an excerpt. “Hundreds of Internal Revenue Service employees have received permission to skip work during the partial government shutdown due to financial hardship, and union leaders said Tuesday