For months, we’ve been hearing about potential changes to the current tax laws. With so many moving parts, it can be confusing. From process to proposals, here’s what you need to know about the current tax proposals in Congress.
One Big Law firm is about to get a pile of money from a contingency fee while another is experiencing an internal fight over one. The industry has a long, unfortunate history fighting over piles of cash generated by taking risks it usually avoids.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, arguing before the Ninth Circuit Thursday, will try to break a string of high-profile court decisions limiting federal power to recoup ill-gotten gains from fraudsters in civil cases.
The Biden administration’s first rule implementing a landmark 2020 law aimed at protecting patients against high hospital and doctor bills in emergencies and other situations will lower costs for patients, a group that represents large employers said.
It isn’t just companies and accountants frustrated about the lack of rules on how to account for investments in cryptocurrency. Investors and analysts are in the dark about the value of digital currencies companies hold, and even whether they hold them at all.
Billions of dollars aimed at helping low-income households afford internet access are going unclaimed as the Federal Communications Commission faces hurdles to enrolling participants in a subsidy program.
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