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Jon Powell CPA

Way to Go, Jon!

Moore Colson Partner and Cybersecurity Practice Leader Jon Powell discussed how the crisis in Ukraine impacts cyberattacks on U.S. infrastructure and networks with the Cobb Business Journal.
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Congratulations, Brunella!

Moore Colson Director of Marketing Brunella Reid was named Chair of the PrimeGlobal Marketing & Business Development Special Interest Group.

Brunella Reid

Happy Anniversary to Darrell, Christina and Sara!

Big shoutout to our employees celebrating milestone anniversaries in the first quarter of 2022. We are so grateful for these professionals and their contributions to our firm!

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Moore Colson 40th Anniversary Highlights
Moore Colson celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2021 with a “Thinking Forward, Giving Back” campaign. Relive the highlights in our official wrap-up video showcasing the 4 service days the firm held.
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Moore Colson Service Highlight:
401(k) and Other Employee Benefit Plan (EBP) Audits

Did you know Moore Colson performs annual audits for both public and privately-owned businesses on their 401(k) and 403(b) plans, 11-Ks, pensions, cash balance plans, health and welfare plans, and employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs)? If we are not already your current EBP auditor, please contact us, and we can help you understand the government regulations and reporting requirements for your company. If you aren’t at the size to require an audit, ask us about our check-up and fiduciary consulting services geared specifically for growing benefit plans.

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2023 Budget Proposal

President Biden Releases 2023 Budget Proposal

President Biden released his $5.8 trillion budget proposal for the 2023 fiscal year, which includes several tax provisions for wealthy individuals, large corporations, oil and gas companies and digital assets.
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Fraud Prevention Strategies for 2022

Almost every day, we hear about a new fraud scheme. Fraud is ever-evolving, so it is always a good idea to revisit the internal control policies for your business to ensure they are up to date.
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Fraud Prevention Strategies
SOC for Cybersecurity

SOC for Cybersecurity Reports: FAQ

Cybersecurity consistently ranks among the top risks concerning business leaders. And when cybersecurity events do occur, the impact is typically not superficial.
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Securing a Strong Retirement Act

The House passed the Securing a Strong Retirement Act which includes several provisions that would further enhance retirement savings plans.
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Campaign Partnership Losses

IRS Compliance Campaign Focuses on Partnership Losses

The IRS announced a new Large Business and International compliance campaign targeting pass-through entities. The campaign will address taxpayer noncompliance related to reporting flow-through losses from partnerships.
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Partial Suspension of Schedules K-2 and K-3 Filing Requirements

The Internal Revenue Service announced that certain entities would receive a temporary exemption from filing Schedules K-2 and K-3. This partial relief applies to the 2021 tax year only.
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K2 K3 Requirements

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