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March 29, 2018

Charleston’s PhishLabs Aids Feds in Uncovering Massive Iranian Hacking Attacks on Universities

PhishLabs, a Charleston startup that specializes in Phishing protection, shared what it detected with the FBI about a sophisticated Iranian-based hacking campaign that targeted academic research computers and led to the U.S. government levying...
March 29, 2018

IRS Reminds Taxpayers to Report Virtual Currency Transactions

The IRS reminds taxpayers that income must be reported on income tax returns for virtual currency transactions, which are taxable by law just like transactions in any other property. IRS Notice 2014-21addresses transactions in virtual, or digital,...
March 28, 2018

Spending Bill Leaves Charleston Port Scrambling for Federal Funding

Money to deepen Charleston Harbor — the top infrastructure priority for SC lawmakers — was not included in the $1.3 trillion government spending bill. The state has contributed $300 million of its funds but needs $223 million in federal...
March 26, 2018

Gov. McMaster Submits List of 135 SC Sites for Sen. Scott's Opportunity Zones

SC Gov. Henry McMaster sent a list of 135 sites from around the state to the U.S. Treasury Department on Friday, March 23, to be eligible to receive investments as “Opportunity Zones,” under a portion of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act...
March 26, 2018

SCACPA CEO: ‘ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION TAX REFORM IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MEANINGFUL REFORM’

A MESSAGE ON TAX CONFORMITY BY SOUTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF CPAS CEO CHRIS JENKINS: ‘ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION TAX REFORM IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MEANINGFUL REFORM’ “Conformity is an annual legislative event for us in South...
March 25, 2018

Register to Attend SCACPA’s May 3 Town Hall Meeting to Discuss All-Inclusive Membership

The South Carolina Association of CPAs invites all members to participate in a Town Hall Meeting to ask questions about the Association’s new All-Inclusive Membership. The Town Hall will be Thursday, May 3, from 5-6 p.m. Members have the...

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