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Litigation Support – DSJ Overview

Litigation Support:

When business disputes become legal disputes, oftentimes attorneys require consultants who have experience and expertise in testifying in highly technical areas including forensic accounting, business valuation, internal auditing, taxation, finance, audit and accounting as well as industry-specific knowledge.  … Continue reading

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Biden Considering Gas Tax Holiday: July 4th weekend the target

A few states have already imposed a gas tax suspension due to the sharp rise in prices and inflation.  This was done, providing many Americans some relief at the pump.  Now, President Biden is strongly considering utilizing a gas tax … Continue reading

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House Committee Proposes $1B Funding Boost for IRS

The IRS may see an additional $1 billion in funding to improve taxpayer service and technology, as well as make the tax system in general, fairer.  A draft of the House Appropriations Committee’s 2023 Financial Services and General Government funding … Continue reading

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Mortgage Rates Hit 5.78%, Highest Level Since 2008

U.S. mortgage rates have recently hit their highest level since November of 2008.  This is the latest signal of turmoil tied to the Federal Reserve’s attempts to cool inflation.  According to a report published by Zillow, the average 30-year … Continue reading

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IRS has Begun Imposing a Tax on Venmo Income

Venmo has become an increasingly popular way of payment due to its ease of use and extremely user-friendly app. This being the case, many entrepreneurs and small business owners are using Venmo and PayPal as one of their primary payment … Continue reading

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U.S. Treasury Prohibits Russia’s Access to Services

The United States continues significant and unprecedented action in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by imposing severe economic costs that will have both immediate and long-term effects on the Russian economy and financial system. On May 8, 2022, the … Continue reading

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New York State To Mail Out Homeowner Tax Rebate Credit Checks

Homeowners in New York State should start checking their mail for a homeowner tax rebate credit. The one-year program was implemented by the state to give homeowners some property tax relief in 2022. The checks were originally scheduled to roll … Continue reading

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Mortgage Applications Lowest in 22 Years

Following roughly a two-year stretch of the housing market being extremely hot, it seems as if it is finally cooling off.  This is following a report stating that mortgage applications fell to the lowest level in 22 years.… Continue reading

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IRS Receiving Pushback on its Stark Proposal

The retirement industry just got some shocking news due to a new proposal put out by the IRS. Last February the IRS introduced a new potential rule that states the heirs of retirement accounts must drain those accounts within 10 … Continue reading

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IRS Continues Dirty Dozen List

The IRS recently released its “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams to be on the lookout for.  The now popular “Dirty Dozen” is an annual compilation of common scams that taxpayers may encounter at any time, but typically peak during … Continue reading

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