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cybersecurity

Do You Have a False Sense of Cybersecurity?

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, construction businesses were increasingly relying on mobile devices, cloud-based applications, online collaboration, and Internet-connected vehicles and equipment. The pandemic has only accelerated the adoption of these technologies. As the number of entry points into your company’s network increases, so does your cybersecurity risk. Fight Complacency Many of the most infamous…

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wash sale rule

Selling Securities by Year End? Avoid the Wash Sale Rule

If you’re planning to sell assets at a loss to offset gains that have been realized during the year, it’s important to be aware of the “wash sale” rule. How the rule works Under this rule, if you sell stock or securities for a loss and buy substantially identical stock or securities back within the…

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identity theft

Tips to Safeguard Your Personal Data and Avoid Identity Theft

For the last four years the IRS has convened a Security Summit with leading private sector firms and federal and state tax administrators and industry professionals. Their focus is to discuss ways to combat existing and emerging threats to the personally identifiable information of taxpayers and develop ways to prevent identity theft and the fraud…

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cybercrime

Take Cybercrime Seriously: Your Donors’ Identities Depend On It

Financial transactions increasingly are being conducted online — and that includes charitable donations. The Blackbaud Institute for Philanthropic Impact reports that online giving grew more than 17% between 2016 and 2018. For nonprofits without the appropriate IT infrastructure and security policies, such increased online donations can also mean greater cybercrime risk. Many nonprofits blame budgetary…

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