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GDPR: How To Get Personal (Data)

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) passed into law on May 25, 2018. It implements data-protection laws affecting anyone who processes personal data of EU-based individuals—that is, most businesses worldwide.

Four Things to Look for Next Tax Season

What Tax Reform Means for Software and Tech: Four Things to Look for Next Tax Season

Tax season has come and gone, but for software and tech companies, next year’s season is when these businesses will feel the most substantial impact of the recent tax reform bill. With many of the most important provisions from the legislation set to take effect in tax year 2018—meaning next tax season—now is the time for executives to review the new opportunities that exists for both big tech and startups.

What Congress Might Do On Taxpayer Rights And Tax Administration In The Next 120 Days

The House and the Senate tax-writing committees have been working on (and the House has passed) some small-ball bipartisan tax legislation that can be grouped into two parts: 1) provisions that address taxpayer rights and tax administration; and, 2) provisions that are making substantive changes to the tax laws in areas such as retirement/401(k),

Software Magazine: The IRS Cuts Software Developers a Break

Earlier this year the U.S. Treasury Department released new regulations regarding internal-use software (IUS)and its eligibility for the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. Thanks to these new regulations,software developers have received a substantial boost in their ability to claim R&D-based tax incentives.