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Manufacturing: The ‘ground zero’ for U.S. supply chain disruptions

Manufacturing: The ‘ground zero’ for U.S. supply chain disruptions

How manufacturing companies are navigating supply chain disruptions
In the consumer goods supply chain, the importance of consumer data

In the consumer goods supply chain, the importance of consumer data

Supply chain disruptions and consumer products companies
IRS issues stern warning that abusive microcaptive insurance schemes will be aggressively targeted

IRS issues stern warning that abusive microcaptive insurance schemes will be aggressively targeted

The IRS has recently announced that it will aggressively review microcaptive insurance arrangements.
Cybersecurity report reinforces urgency for family office protection

Cybersecurity report reinforces urgency for family office protection

For family offices, RSM’s cybersecurity special report highlights insights, data privacy trends, and tactics organizations can use to strengthen security and privacy programs.
Travel industry, expecting busy summer, casts wary eye on inflation

Travel industry, expecting busy summer, casts wary eye on inflation

With COVID-19 caseloads easing and consumers flush with savings built up during the pandemic, the travel industry was anticipating a robust season.
States begin to consider digital asset taxation as sessions end

States begin to consider digital asset taxation as sessions end

A number of states begin to consider or take steps related to the state taxation of digital assets as the economy for these assets continues to grow.
U.S. employment report for June indicates no recession now

U.S. employment report for June indicates no recession now

An American economy in free fall does not tend to produce 372,000 jobs in any given month, as the June employment report showed on Friday. The data released by...
GASB revises requirements for compensated absences

GASB revises requirements for compensated absences

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has released Statement No. 101, Compensated Absences, replacing GASB Statement No. 16, Accounting for Compensated Absences.
GASB revises requirements for accounting changes and error corrections

GASB revises requirements for accounting changes and error corrections

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) has released Statement No. 100, Accounting Changes and Error Corrections (Statement 100), which amends GASB Statement No 62.
Oklahoma proposes phasing out Corporate Income and Franchise Tax

Oklahoma proposes phasing out Corporate Income and Franchise Tax

Tax cuts, tax cuts, and more tax cuts. Is now the time for Oklahoma to cut corporate income and franchise taxes?
Cybersecurity governance and the board’s role

Cybersecurity governance and the board’s role

The SEC has proposed amendments to its cybersecurity rules for private companies. If enacted, some boards may require cultural and structural changes to address governance gaps.
The economic slowdown and hospitality

The economic slowdown and hospitality

Inflation is hitting the hospitality industry harder than the broader economy.
Job openings show signs of a slowdown

Job openings show signs of a slowdown

Job openings declined for the second straight month in May as the Federal Reserve's rate hikes slowed down overall demand.
Chart of the day: Service sector grows at slowest pace in two years

Chart of the day: Service sector grows at slowest pace in two years

The ISM service index inched down to 55.3 in June, the slowest level of growth in more than two years since May 2020, when it was at 45.2.
U.S. June jobs preview: Slower hiring in rate-sensitive industries

U.S. June jobs preview: Slower hiring in rate-sensitive industries

We expect the June U.S. employment report to show a total gain of 225,000 jobs, with risk of a stronger pace of hiring and an increase in the unemployment rate to 3.7%.