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How Will Government Regulations Affect Your Business This Year?

 
  John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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With greater optimism driven by momentum in the economy along with increases in revenue, cash flow, and hiring, Los Angeles and Southern California executives are also aware that 2014 brings with it a number challenges.

In addition to the ongoing need to bring in new business - as well as to address state regulations on sales tax and interstate requirements - there is also the pressing need to attend to a number of federal regulations this year.

This article reviews seven regulatory areas - the Affordable Care Act, immigration and E-verify, the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), employment regulations, banking relationships, IRS enforcement, and qualified retirement plans - with updates on required actions and legislation status.

Navigating the regulatory waters can require expertise and experience for which some businesses do not find it cost effective to address with full-time, in-house staff.

Executives can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services who is experienced in addressing regulatory challenges successfully.

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