Day: December 11, 2018

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Tax Time Trouble – New W-2 Scam Seeks Employee Information

Businesses of all sizes should be alert for a growing scheme in which identity thieves attempt to steal personal information on company employees by accessing their W-2 forms. This sensitive data is highly valued by cyber criminals. Small businesses who may not have dedicated HR or payroll staffs are particularly vulnerable to this scam. Here …

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Has Your A&E Firm Unknowingly Created State and Local Tax Exposure?

By Martin E. PrendergastGray, Gray & Gray, LLP If you are an architectural or engineering firm that does work in states other than your own, you may be on the hook for payment of state and local taxes. States and municipalities across the country are struggling to close budget gaps and fund obligations such as …

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