IRS Tax Tips: Tax Law Changes May Affect Businesses Bottom Line

2018-10-17

The Internal Revenue Service reminds business owners that tax reform legislation passed last December affects nearly every business.

With just a few months left in the year, the IRS is highlighting important information for small businesses and self-employed individuals to help them understand and meet their tax obligations.

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IRS Tax Tip: What Preparers Should Do After a Data Theft

2018-10-17

By the International Revenue Service (issued October 16, 2018)

Tax preparers who experience a data theft should report it immediately and should also follow an established process to protect their clients. If notified timely, the IRS can help stop fraudulent tax returns from being filed in taxpayers’ names.

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Hospital Litigation Trend Causes Concern Among Providers

2018-10-11

A recently approved $2.2 million settlement by an Arkansas hospital accused of improper billing practices in violation of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA) could prompt similar lawsuits against other hospitals. Though the practice in question has been accepted in the medical industry, it is now the subject of a new litigation trend and a concern of hospital administrations. 

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Attorney Kevin A. Crass Featured in ADG's High Profile

2018-10-08

Attorney Kevin A. Crass was featured in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's High Profile section on Sunday, Oct. 7. The article highlights Kevin's involvement with War Memorial Stadium and his support of the UA Little Rock Trojan Athletics Program. 

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Attorney Michelle Ator Joins Panel at AHA Meeting

2018-10-04

At this year’s Arkansas Hospital Associations Annual Meeting, Medical Malpractice Attorney Michelle Ator took part in a panel discussion that focused on recent developments, trends and challenges in legal and risk management.

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