posts tagged as Regulation


By Patricia Brandstetter | June 27, 2018

Tax Reform Drafting Errors Hurt Restaurants & Retailers

Retailers and restaurants have been generally supportive of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but two Congressional drafting errors could severely affect the industries regarding the depreciation of improvement property and the utilization of... read more


Maximizing Data Integrity to Mitigate Government Pricing Risk

In an era of pricing transparency and increasing calls for even greater government pricing regulation, government pricing risk is heightened for drug manufacturers. Ensuring data integrity is key. Discover ways to monitor and review... read more


By Scott Ziemer | June 20, 2018

8 Tax Reform FAQs for Retailers

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the most substantial U.S. tax legislation in decades, and retailers still have questions about its impact. The legislation is also subject to correction and further confusion, as demonstrated by a group of... read more


By Katherine Gauntt | June 07, 2018

Will SCOTUS’ Wayfair Decision Reinvent Online Sales Taxes?

States, businesses, and various associations all have an opinion on the South Dakota v. Wayfair case. read more


By David Berliner | May 02, 2018

How Bankrupt Retailers Treat Customer Deposits & Consignment Inventory

After filing for bankruptcy, retailers manage customer deposits and consigned inventory according to their specific circumstances. read more


By Katherine Gauntt | March 29, 2018

“Unless, of course, Congress Acts”

The renewed debate on physical nexus could significantly alter how states tax digital apps, services, and tools. read more


By Healthcare Practice Leaders | March 21, 2018

The Healthcare Revolution is Here: 8 Predictions for the Year Ahead

There’s a major development in the healthcare industry nearly every day. Here are our 9 predictions for what’s to come. read more


By Natalie Kotlyar | February 01, 2018

Will Retailers Sink or Surf in 2018?

Retail execs predict a boost in retail M&A activity and e-commerce, but tax reform and changing consumer behavior may pose hurdles. read more


By Katherine Gauntt | January 24, 2018

Supreme Court Will Determine If Online Sellers Should Collect Sales Tax

Twenty-five years after its last ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court will reevaluate whether online sellers should collect sales taxes from consumers. How could this affect e-commerce? read more


By Healthcare Practice Leaders | December 01, 2017

Healthcare is Ripe for Investment—and Risk: Fall BDO Knows Healthcare Newsletter

Our Fall 2017 BDO Knows Healthcare Newsletter takes the healthcare industry’s pulse with features on the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) new Software PreCert Pilot Program, what providers and investors need to know when it comes to... read more