Archive for April, 2014

In post-recession world, financial stability and stress have new definitions

Even as the majority of Americans continue to adjust to different standards for financial stability, stress and discontent have not become disproportionately higher.

Renewing the tax-extenders debate on Capitol Hill

The struggle to renew temporary tax breaks is spreading to all corners of Congress.

Permanent Zero Day: The Armageddon for Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003

Sometimes technology evolves in such a way that to continue using outdated versions of a software or program not only puts companies or individuals at a disadvantage – it can actually increase exposure.

Dave Camp’s tax proposals have potential to inform future reform

February was abuzz with commentary surrounding tax proposals from House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp.

HRSA highlights 340B contract pharmacy arrangements

If your hospital participates in the 340B program and utilizes contract pharmacy arrangements, you may want to review your compliance measures. The Health Resources Services Administration, the agency responsible for oversight of the 340B program, recently published a program update highlighting the importance of adequately overseeing contract pharmacy arrangements.

Obama proposes tax reform to encourage American employment

Although President Barack Obama made many promises in his State of the Union address on Jan. 28, one of the key points was the mention of tax reform.

Bitcoin makes its mark on tax season

Not only are bitcoins being used to purchase albums on Amazon and digital cameras, but the online currency may be serving as a way to pay taxes owed to the IRS.