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Cost Segregation Study: Valuable tax savings embedded in buildings

If you own real estate and pay federal income taxes, you can benefit from the results of a cost segregation study. What is a cost segregation study? This article explains what a cost segregation study is, and summarizes the benefits to a property owner.

2022-02-16T16:53:10-05:00January 25th, 2021|Real Estate|

President Biden’s Tax Plan and the Real Estate Community

President Biden’s tax plan could shake-up many real estate investors’ and developers’ tax obligations. The potential financial implication of the proposed tax plan may stretch to all facets of the real estate investor community. This article contains a glimpse of the proposed changes.

2022-02-16T16:53:10-05:00January 22nd, 2021|Real Estate|

Form 1099 changes for 2020

Several changes have been made to Form 1099 which will pose challenges for businesses across the country if they are not prepared. In this article, our tax experts give you a rundown of the changes and suggest how you can best prepare.

What will productivity and security cost in 2021?

Significant improvements have been made to virtual desktop platforms in the past five years. Are your systems up-to-date with the latest in tech to help your organization stay secure and productive?

Budgeting for Collaborative Technology in 2021

As we count down the days until the end of 2020, many organizations are in the middle of budgeting for their 2021. What technology solutions should you consider budgeting for that will help your business collaborate efficiently in the new normal?

State tax implications of remote work

The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the way people are working all across the country. Maddie Schueler, Senior Tax Consultant at Dean Dorton, discusses state tax implications of remote work.

Data protection and the negative implications of shadow IT

The coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses to send employees home without much, if any, lead time to set up company-approved technology services for a secure remote work setup. Shadow IT refers to the use of unapproved technology services or devices without the knowledge or approval of the company’s IT department.

Employee fraud in the pandemic: An employer’s response to the COVID-19 environment

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted employee fraud in the workplace. Learn how the pandemic has strengthened the three elements of the Fraud Triangle (pressure, opportunity, and rationalization) and how your organization can fight back.

Vital Cybersecurity Alert: Microsoft – Access to Domain Admin Level Rights

An important cybersecurity threat for Microsoft was released last night. Our team of cybersecurity professionals are ready to assist you in the event you have been effected.

PODCAST: The risk of thinking you’re done

A smart business is forward-thinking and invests in innovative ideas and well-rounded teams. What if you sit idle and allow your competitors to pass you? That’s the risk of thinking you’re done innovating, investing, and growing. Guest starring John Wurtenberger, audit practice lead at Dean Dorton.

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