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  • Introducing the ViewPoints Construction Services Blog

    The ViewPoints Construction Services Blog is published by RubinBrown's Construction Services Group as a value-added approach keeping clients and contacts informed about current, relevant topics affecting the construction industry. view the blog

  • Revenue Recognition Resource Center

    Revenue Recognition Resource Center

    Visit the Revenue Recognition Resource Center for a series of articles on the new accounting guidance for revenue recognition in which the different aspects of the new standard are explored. find out more

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    RubinBrown's 2018 Gaming Statistics

    The 2018 edition of Gaming Statistics includes statistical data from over 1,000 gaming operations, spanning 40 states and incorporating all four of the U.S. gaming segments – commercial casinos, iGaming, limited stakes gaming and tribal casinos. view the stat book

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    Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Resource Center

    Explore a list of resources about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) that includes a comprehensive overview with detailed information about the sweeping changes as well as the impact on individuals and businesses. find out more

On August 9, 2018 the IRS released guidance on new Code Section 199A, commonly referred to as the “pass-through entity deduction”. Code Section 199A allows business owners to deduct up to 20% of their qualified business income (QBI) from partnerships, S corporations, trusts and sole proprietorships.

In recent weeks, Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed a number of bills into law, including one that will modify certain existing tax credits and create new tax credits to encourage donations to certain social service organizations.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), enacted in late 2017, was the most significant change in the tax law in over 30 years. Several provisions of the Act could have a direct or an indirect impact on not-for-profit/tax-exempt entities (exempt organizations).

In the 5-4 decision of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., the Supreme Court of the United States ruled South Dakota’s economic nexus law constitutional. The decision has the potential to require online retailers and other remote sellers to collect and remit sales tax to states in which they do business, regardless of their physical presence within those states.
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