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The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) marked down its forecast for growth, inflation and interest rate hikes in 2019.
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With an eye on fast tracking a trade deal with Mexico and Canada, the Trump administration faces critical political hurdles.
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Tax reform adds complexity and uncertainty to private equity acquisitions ̶ extra spreadsheets, additional analysis, more disclosures.
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“Rightsourcing” tax can shift the focus of tax functions from a compliance to a strategic, value-added role.
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A three-line, performance-driven risk approach helps asset managers meet fiduciary obligations and deliver robust performance.
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For investors in U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG), long-term patience can pay off well.
The Tax Court ruled that business deductions are not limited by Section 195 because a taxpayer engaged in an active trade in the year at issue.
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For many higher ed institutions, a synthetic merger is the way to seize shared services opportunities while maintaining identity and mission.
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