Although controls can never guarantee with absolute certainty that fraud will not occur, properly designed internal controls that operate effectively can help mitigate the effects of fraud and demonstrate to regulators, shareholders, and stakeholders that management is taking the proactive steps necessary to manage risk in an ever more complex global economy.
After advising on Crain's Detroit Business' "Deal of the Year Under 100 Million" in 2015, UHY Advisors' Corporate Finance was also recognized for both buy-side and sell-side support on five other deals that made Crain's List of Largest Mergers and Acquisitions of 2015
The IRS released temporary and proposed regulations for a the new voluntary certification program for PEOs. The application process is targeted to open on July 1. Under the IRS program, PEOs that apply will be required to meet certain requirements to gain certification. Click here to read the full article from Accounting Today.
Businesses in the US are paying among the highest corporation taxes in the world at a rate well above the global average, reveals a new study by UHY, a leading international accounting and consultancy network.
According to UHY, the US’ corporation tax rate was 41.1 percent (combined federal and assumed state tax rate of 7.1 percent) on taxable profits of $1,000,000 for the financial year ending 2015*.
The General Sales Tax Act exempts the "sale of rolling stock purchased by an interstate motor carrier or for rental or lease to an interstate motor carrier and used in interstate commerce." The Use Tax Act exempts "the storage, use, or consumption of rolling stock used in interstate commerce and purchased, rented, or leased by an interstate fleet motor carrier."
A commercial activity tax (CAT) is imposed on most taxpayers doing business in Ohio that have taxable gross receipts in excess of $150,000. The CAT is not an income tax, but rather a tax based on sales transacted in Ohio.