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New adjustment factor and reference price for oil and gas incentives

New adjustment factor and reference price for oil and gas incentives

IRS Notice 2022-17, IRS Notice 2022-18 and IRS Notice 2022-19 provide adjustment factor and reference price for enhanced oil recovery, marginal well credit and percentage depletion for marginal wells.
The price of war: Risks around the inflation outlook

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.
What you need to know about state inheritance & estate taxes

What you need to know about state inheritance & estate taxes

Many people are aware of the federal estate tax, but few realize that certain states also levy estate and inheritance taxes on the assets one leaves behind. Learn about which states impose taxes, what the tax rates are, and how they may affect your estate planning. 
BSA/AML and OFAC risk assessment: Best practices for financial organizations

BSA/AML and OFAC risk assessment: Best practices for financial organizations

BSA/AML and OFAC risk assessments can help alleviate concerns for financial organizations. Develop a strategy for BSA/AML and OFAC compliance.
FOMC decision: Policy, price stability and balance sheet strategy

FOMC decision: Policy, price stability and balance sheet strategy

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday showed that it intends to achieve price stability, maximum sustainable employment and long-term growth despite the risk of a…
Succession Planning for Nonprofits

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.
The changing consumer: Tighter budgets and a shift to services

The changing consumer: Tighter budgets and a shift to services

As inflation continues to rise, consumers must devote more of their monthly budgets to fixed costs like groceries, rent and energy.
The illusion of inventory and price controls

The illusion of inventory and price controls

With inflation at 8.5% and risks of another energy price shock the impulse of policymakers to take more action is rising.
3 things to know before raising your prices

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.
Confidence in the Fed, but uncertainty over long-term growth

Confidence in the Fed, but uncertainty over long-term growth

The bond market anticipates an acceleration of Fed rate increases and a drawdown of the Fed's accumulation of long-term Treasury bond purchases.
Consumers spent more in March despite rising inflation

Consumers spent more in March despite rising inflation

American consumers defied rising inflation and market uncertainties in March, continuing to spend more on goods and services as their wages increased and they…
U.S. GDP declines by 1.4%: This is what an overheating economy looks like

U.S. GDP declines by 1.4%: This is what an overheating economy looks like

Growth in the first three months of the year contracted at 1.4% pace as Americans turned to imports to meet torrid demand that is simply unsustainable.
Pending home sales fell back to pre-pandemic level amid rising rates

Pending home sales fell back to pre-pandemic level amid rising rates

pending home sales fell 1.2% in March, declining for the fifth month in a row, as demand continued to slow due to high prices and rising mortgage rates.
Durable goods orders bounced back in March

Durable goods orders bounced back in March

Orders for durable goods bounced back in March despite interest rate hikes and supply shocks from geopolitical conflict. The top-line durable goods orders…
Consumer confidence declines slightly as new home sales fall 8.6%

Consumer confidence declines slightly as new home sales fall 8.6%

Consumer confidence eased in April despite an uptick in expectations, the Conference Board reported on Tuesday.