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Hurricane Harvey: Relief information for flood-affected businesses and individuals
Leading the Texas Middle Market
With an expanded presence in Texas, RSM is now the fifth-largest firm in the state, and the leading firm focused on serving the middle market. With over 700 employees in Texas, RSM has offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Our professionals specialize in providing exceptional service in all key industries specific to the state of Texas and beyond, including manufacturing, financial services, life sciences, construction, real estate, and energy.
RSM has global capabilities, while ensuring unmatched commitment to being first-choice advisors to over 16,000 clients throughout the state of Texas.
Commitment to the Community
Our RSM team in Texas is passionate about giving back to its respective communities, with personnel devoting their time, money and efforts to over 200 diverse charitable organizations, fundraisers and events. In the past year, the firm has contributed over $600,000 state-wide and $114,000 through the firms Birdies Fore Love program as a part of the 2016 RSM Classic.
Employers have several tax-advantaged methods for providing financial support to employees impacted by hurricanes or other major disasters.
IRS extends relief to additional taxpayers affected by Hurricane Harvey by adding to the list of eligible Texas counties.
The amount of vacation, sick or personal leave that employees forgo for their employers to make a charitable contribution is not taxable.
The IRS, Department of Labor and PBGC combine to offer regulatory relief for employee plans affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Taxpayers in designated Texas counties have until Jan. 31, 2018 to file certain tax returns and make certain tax payments.
Taxpayers in declared disaster areas are eligible for postponement of state tax payments under certain conditions.
Although not appropriate for every construction company, an ESOP carries several inherent advantages and is growing in popularity.
Comptroller policy letter ruling addresses credit loss under late-filed reports and claiming a credit when a member leaves a combined group.
Employers are in a tough position, yet a long-term view of compliance with immigration policies should outweigh any short-term solutions.
With a strong economy at their disposal, baby boomers who own construction companies are increasingly looking for ways to either sell their
Newly announced proposal draws heavily on President Trump’s campaign proposals; many critical details are not addressed.
Proposed tax reform would offer significant benefits for the oil and gas industry, though there are also some potential concerns.
How are retailers reacting to the pricing demands of cost-conscious consumers? Our industry insider shares his insights.
There are a number of steps construction companies can take to help avoid unintended losses resulting from error or outright fraud.
Texas comptroller proposes retroactive rule amendments to narrow the application of the reduced retailer/wholesaler franchise tax rate.
Texas Comptroller rules that cloud-based transaction facilitation services are not sourced to the state for franchise tax purposes.
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811 Barton Springs Road,
Austin, TX 78704
Scott Haigler, Office Managing Partner
13355 Noel Road
Dallas, TX 75240
Ty Beasley, Office Managing Partner
1330 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, TX 77056
Tom Rourick, Office Managing Partner
19026 Ridgewood Parkway,
San Antonio, TX 78259
John Wright, Office Managing Partner
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