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Precix Inc., a manufacturing group in New Bedford, has had its share of struggles in the recent economy. "When automotive sneezes, we catch a cold," said President and CEO David N. Slutz. "But when they trend up, we trend up, too," he said. … more
John McQuilkin is an associate professor of accounting at Roger Williams University. During tax season, the school’s accounting students must take turns preparing taxes through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at the Federal Hill House in Providence. McQuilkin talks with Providence Business News about how this effort is symbiotic. more
The IRS' new Tangible Property Regulations consist of a number of intricate accounting rules and changes that taxpayers will face during this tax season and beyond. Last week we discussed the regulations and who may be covered under them. … more
Joseph Kask has been elected by the partners of BlumShapiro as the firm’s new managing partner, effective Jan. 1. more
A new GOBankingRates.com survey shows three-quarters of U.S taxpayers plan to either save this year’s tax refund or use it to pay off debt. more
The IRS' recently released Tangible Property Regulations – the most dramatic change to tax law in nearly 30 years – contain many new compliance requirements and opportunities for tax savings. The regulations are complex and difficult to … more
The Federal Reserve said it's setting tougher standards for examiners of the biggest U.S. banks, following criticism by lawmakers that the agency has been captured by the Wall Street firms it supervises. The planned changes include creating … more
R.I. Tax Administrator David M. Sullivan has joined a national effort to encourage citizens to safeguard their personal and financial information online and at home. more
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue launched its new tax filing system, Mass TaxConnect, for businesses on Nov. 30 in an effort to make filing taxes simpler, quicker and more efficient. more
John Warren is president of the Massachusetts Society of Enrolled Agents. He talks with Providence Business News about why consumers should file income taxes early, consider using an enrolled agent and how to protect themselves from identity theft. more
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