Tax & Accounting Blog

RSM’s Ramon Camacho and Ayana Martinez on U.S. TCJA Implications

RSM’s Ramon Camacho and Ayana Martinez on U.S. TCJA Implications

Ramon Camacho is an international tax principal in RSM’s Washington National Tax office. He advises clients on a host of international tax and capital markets issues, including tax planning and compliance, due diligence and documentation initiatives, restructurings, and tax controversy (including tax shelters). Prior to joining RSM in 2012, Ramon spent almost 20 years serving … Read More

What IRS Secure Access Means for e-Services Users

What IRS Secure Access Means for e-Services Users

In an age where malware, spyware and malicious attacks on information systems compromise or steal online data with increasing regularity, information security has never been more important. Cyber-attacks are even more damaging if the data contains personally identifying information (PII) of an individual. And because of the highly sensitive personal and financial information handled by … Read More

Trump Administration’s Principles for Tax Reform

Trump Administration’s Principles for Tax Reform

Tax reform has been a hot topic and a high priority for the Trump administration and Congressional leadership. Back in April, the administration released a one-pager outlining its priorities for reforming individual and business taxes to help grow the economy, simplify tax rules, provide relief to middle-income families, and enhance global competiveness. Although the “proposal” … Read More