Category Archives: Privacy

Appeals Court Rules Corporation Can’t Deduct Excise Tax Not Paid As Tax Deduction


Federal corporate taxpayers may not deduct as a cost of goods sold expense an excise tax expense that was never actually incurred or paid according the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals just-released ruling in Sunoco, Inc. v. United States, No. 2017-1402 (November 1, 2018). Continue reading

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Protect Your Website & Website Data Against Cybersecurity Threats


US-CERT urges organizations and individuals to tighten website security Continue reading

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IRS Warns About Refund E-Mail Scam


In an April 9 news release, the IRS identifies a new bogus email pretending to be from “IRS Refunds,” and containing a link that connects to a fake page where thieves try to steal personally identifiable information, such as Social … Continue reading

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Secure Devices With Auto-Tracking


Secure devices using mobile tracking. Continue reading

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