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What You Should Know About the CARES Act

We’ve unpacked the information for you.   In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the CARES Act was signed into law on Friday, March 27, 2020.  The Spiegel team has compiled the necessary information within two separate documents regarding:   postponed dates for tax filings, payments and program contributions; and resources …

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What You Need to Know About the Centralized Partnership Audit Regime

What You Need to Know About the Centralized Partnership Audit Regime was originally published in AAPL’s Winter 2019 Edition of Private Lender Magazine.   Fund managers may not be aware of their new role during an IRS audit of companies with partnered members. The new centralized partnership audit regime (CPAR) introduced …

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BREAKING NEWS Regarding the 20% Pass Through Deduction

The Department of the Treasury issued its final regulations providing clarity to the pass through 20% deduction. The final regulations indicate that the origination of a loan is not treated as purchasing securities for the determination of “dealing in securities”. As a result, mortgage bankers qualify for the 20% pass …

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SAC Ranks No. 4,270 on the 2017 Inc. 5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 61%

Inc. magazine ranked Spiegel Accountancy Corp. NO. 4,270 on its 36th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent small and midsized businesses. Companies such …

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Impostor Fraud

Businesses are seeing a significant increase in impostor fraud. This type of fraud occurs when an individual posing as a company executive, vendor or even the IRS will request a payment, wire of funds or change to payment instructions. The imposter may make contact by phone, email, fax or mail. …

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Beware of IRS Scams

REMEMBER, the IRS always initiates contact via U.S. mail. Therefore, if you receive an unexpected phone call or email and have not had any prior contact with the IRS, immediately HANG UP the phone and DO NOT RESPOND or click on any links included in an email. If it is …

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