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Government contractors who hire a competitor’s employees may qualify as successor employers, avoiding Social Security tax overpayment.
The DOL issued a final rule on EO 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors requiring leave for employees.
There are exceptions to the 50 percent tax deduction rule related to meals and entertainment benefitting government contractors, some allowing up to 100 percent deduction.
Learn about the number of apportionment issues affecting contractors providing services to the federal government.
Given the recent increase in audits, government contractors should be aware of their unclaimed property compliance obligations.
Contract terms should be evaluated to determine which party bears the economic risk as well as the retention of substantial rights.
Learn key items to keep in mind related to state and federal tax credits and incentives available to government contractors.
Learn how new guidance on revenue recognition impacts federal government contractors.
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