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Fed announces largest rate hike in nearly three decades as it seeks to restore price stability
The Federal Reserve lifted its federal funds policy rate to a range between 1.5% and 1.75% on Wednesday as it moves to restore price stability over the medium term.
U.S. May CPI: Inflation continues to broaden out on higher gas and housing costs
Inflation continued to broaden out across the American economy in May, rising by 8.6% annually and underscoring the urgency among central bankers to restore price stability through an increase in the federal funds rate and a drawdown in its $8.9 trillion balance sheet.
IRS increases mileage rates for the remainder of 2022
The IRS provides some relief amid rising gas prices with an optional increase to the standard mileage rate for business travel.
Reminder – S corporation shareholder basis reporting requirements must not go overlooked
How will the new Form 7203, S Corporation Shareholder Stock and Debt Basis Limitations, impact tax filings for family offices and other taxpayers?
Get ready for another round of supply chain bottlenecks
Just when middle market businesses where hoping for relief from supply chain disruptions, China's renewed economic shutdowns laying the groundwork from another round.
Why excess labor demand is unhealthy
The economy is fewer than 1 million jobs from reaching its pre-pandemic level. Yet there were a record 11.55 million job vacancies.
An update on the tax policy landscape against inflation backdrop
The tax policy landscape in Washington remains unsettled as we approach the summer months, while inflation remains the dominant economic issue. Within the context, we look at what's currently on the legislative agenda for Congress.
Tips for Raising Financially Literate Young Adults
Parenting comes with many responsibilities, which include teaching children how to budget, save money, and make responsible financial decisions. In this video, we’ll cover six tips to help your children learn about saving, spending and investing.
Chart of the day: U.S. housing starts fall amid rising mortgage rates
Housing starts fell by 0.2% on the month to 1.724 million annualized, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Supreme Court sweeps away rule in tax collection due process practice
Internal Revenue Code section 6330(d)(1)'s 30-day time limit to file a petition for review of a collection due process case is not a jurisdictional deadline and is subject to equitable tolling.
The price of war: Risks around the inflation outlook
While we expect the annual inflation rate to peak this quarter as the comparisons to the lower levels of a year ago wear off, the risk of rising prices will remain.
Succession Planning for Nonprofits
Grooming future leaders and mapping out a succession plan in advance is one of the best ways to mitigate the risk of losing key personnel and prepare for the future needs and growth of an organization. This video offers tips and best practices for creating and implementing a succession plan for your nonprofit.
RSM US Supply Chain Index: Bracing for more disruptions
Widespread lockdowns in China and prolonged geopolitical conflict in Ukraine will most likely assure another round of supply chain snarls ahead.
Chart of the day: Manufacturing grew at a slower rate in April
Manufacturing grew at a slower rate in back-to-back months as labor shortages continued to hamper production while demand moderated from January's high.
3 things to know before raising your prices
With rising prices proving to be stickier than expected, business leaders have been facing a challenge: how to set prices in a highly inflationary environment.