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Learn about California Governor Gavin Newsom's decision to extend deadlines for SB 253 and SB 261, requiring businesses to disclose climate impacts.
On this episode of “Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, Energy Evolution,” our hosts discuss the IRS 45Z Clean Fuel guidance.
Weaver offers information and insights to help you ask the right questions and determine appropriate plans of action based on topics and trends as they unfold.
Discover how AI and machine learning are revolutionizing forensic accounting by enhancing transaction reviews, anomaly detection and risk assessments.
The IRS has issued guidance on the registration requirements for producers under the Clean Fuel Production Credit in IRC § 45Z, which begins on January 1, 2025.
As the food and beverage industry has served up big changes in recent years, Weaver’s strategies may help food, beverage and hospitality businesses navigate the leading trends of 2024.
On this episode of Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, Energy Evolution, our hosts cover one of their favorite topics: how many credits can you claim?
On this episode of Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, Energy Evolution, our hosts discuss new information on a blender’s credit, ethanol and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
The IRS guidance is for hydrogen producers whose hydrogen production pathways are not included in the 45VH2-GREET model.
Improper claims for federal fuel tax credits have been on the rise prompting the IRS to warn taxpayers in its annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams.
As the reinstated Federal Chemical Superfund Tax nears its second year, taxpayers need to have all statutorily required documentation necessary to substantiate a claim.
On this episode of Energy Evolution, our hosts discuss the new IRS guidance on the sustainable aviation fuel credits under Section 40B and Section 6426.
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