You can be subject to penalties if you don’t pay enough tax during the year through estimated tax payments and withholding. Take a look at some strategies to protect yourself.

A new Medicare contribution tax went into effect in 2013 – the “net investment income tax” (NIIT).

Weaver can help your district get ahead of the game on maintaining public trust.

If you’re a “large” employer, time is running out to prepare for the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) shared responsibility provision, commonly referred to as “play-or-pay.” It’s scheduled to go into effect in 2015.

The heavily regulated banking industry is laden with internal controls, making it an unlikely victim of fraud. In reality, the industry has some of the highest incidences of occupational fraud.

With summer drawing to a close, if you own a vacation home that you both rent out and use personally, it’s a good time to review the potential tax consequences.

Earlier this month, the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) announced proposed changes to the International Professional Practices Framework, guidance supporting effective internal auditing. Proposed changes include a new mission statement and a set of 12 core internal auditing principles for internal auditors to follow.

If you have children in college, you know how expensive putting a child through school can be. Fortunately, the U.S. tax code may provide you some relief — in the form of the American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning credits.

Now’s the time of year when many young adults are heading back to college — or entering their first year of higher education. If you have a grandchild who’ll be in college this fall and you’re concerned about gift and estate taxes, you may want to consider paying some of his or her tuition.

Many expenses that may qualify as miscellaneous itemized deductions are deductible for regular tax purposes only to the extent they exceed, in aggregate, 2% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). Bunching these expenses into a single year may allow you to exceed this “floor.”