REDW | August 29, 2019
Sell-Side Tax Considerations for Mergers and Acquisitions – Part 3: Effectively Negotiating the Tax Aspects of the Purchase Agreement
REDW | June 12, 2019
Hence, it is of critical importance that sellers have a thorough understanding of the various tax sections of a purchase agreement and take a proactive approach to achieving the desired outcomes. Read more.Read More
Sell-Side Tax Considerations for Mergers and Acquisitions – Best Practice #2: Evaluating Tax-Structuring Alternatives
REDW | May 28, 2019
Sell-Side Tax Considerations for Mergers and Acquisitions – Part 1: Performing Sell-Side Tax Due Diligence
REDW | May 20, 2019
In this article and two more to follow, we outline three best practices that are some of the most critical for sellers to consider in order to maximize deal value and ensure a smooth process when disposing of a business or business line. Read more.Read More
REDW | March 4, 2019
The scholarship, which was also offered in 2014, is designed to encourage undergraduate and graduate level Native American students pursue a degree in the field of accounting and finance. Named the REDW Native American Scholarship in Accounting and administered by the AIGC, the scholarship will be funded through an annual commitment of $5,750 for the next four years. Read more.Read More
REDW | January 21, 2019
Nearly all local taxing jurisdictions, including municipalities, counties, and boards of education, generate tax revenue through the imposition of property tax, which is one of the most substantial sources of local government revenue. For many businesses, property tax is the largest state and local tax obligation, and one of the largest regular operating expenses incurred.
Unlike other taxes, property tax assessments are based on the estimated value of the property, and thus, are subject to varying opinions. Businesses that fail to take a proactive approach in managing their property tax obligations may be missing an opportunity to reduce their tax liability. Here are 10 common property tax myths, and the truths that counter them. Read more.Read More
REDW | January 16, 2019
Under a contingency plan covering the tax filing season, the IRS is recalling 57% of its workforce in order to handle some tax season duties. Their workforce will increase from 9,946 employees who have been working since the start of the shutdown, to 46,052 employees. This plan will allow the IRS to process tax returns and issue refunds, but limitations on other services remain remain.
Here is a list of the limited operations available during the appropriations lapse: Read more.Read More
REDW | January 10, 2019
REDW | December 12, 2018
Now more than ever, it is imperative to thoughtfully consider year-end tax planning opportunities, ensuring you are taking advantage of new tax strategies, staying compliant with new regulations and considering structures to help minimize taxes for future years.
Two Tax Letters from REDW are intended to assist you in that effort. Read more.Read More
REDW | December 4, 2018
While all organizations are potential targets of cyberattacks, the industries which possess the most valuable data are the biggest targets including: financial services, healthcare, government, automotive, manufacturing, and retail. All organizations possess valuable information assets, which may include intellectual property, financial payment information, client information, supply chain partners’ information, personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI), and/or payment card information (PCI). Read more.Read More