According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Report to the Nations: 2018 Global Study on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, construction companies lose a median loss of $227,000. What can you do to protect your construction business? Adopt this checklist.
There are many ways for employers to conduct annual performance reviews. The simple truth is that smaller companies may not need to exert a lot of effort on a complex approach. Click here to learn more.
Spring and summer are the optimum seasons for selling a home. Interest rates are currently attractive, so buyers may be out in full force in your area. Before contacting a realtor to sell your home, click here to review the tax considerations.
Life presents us with many choices: paper or plastic, chocolate or vanilla, regular or decaf. For businesses, a common conundrum is buy or lease. Did you know the buy vs. lease quandary also comes into play with equipment? Click here to learn more.
If you’re married and you executed your estate planning documents years ago, when the exemption was substantially lower, review your plan to ensure that the increased exemption doesn’t trigger unintended results. Click here to learn more.
Enforcing internal controls may simply seem unnecessary in an office of professionals dedicated to the law. Unfortunately, occupational thieves can take advantage of such complacency. Click here to learn more.
Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines that apply to businesses and other employers during the second quarter of 2019. Contact us to ensure you’re meeting all applicable deadlines and to learn more about the filing requirements.
For many businesses, offering employees a 401(k) plan is no longer an option — it’s a competitive necessity. Employees often grow so accustomed to having a 401(k), that they don’t pay much attention to it.
Bankruptcy (or liquidation) can be a valid business tool when used properly. Unfortunately, it can also enable less-than-honest business owners to profit at the expense of their creditors. Click here to learn more.
Shakespeare’s words don’t apply just to Julius Caesar; they also apply to calendar-year partnerships, S corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) treated as partnerships or S corporations for tax purposes. Why? Click here to learn more.
Instead of focusing on the collection and recording of physical cash, your auditors will spend significant time analyzing your company’s electronic sales records. This requires four specific procedures. Click here to learn more.
As you likely know by now, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) reduced or eliminated many deductions for individuals. One itemized deduction the TCJA kept intact is for investment interest expense. Click here to learn more.
An annual estate plan checkup is critical to the health of your estate plan. Because various exclusion, exemption and deduction amounts are adjusted for inflation, they can change from year to year, impacting your plan. Click here to learn more.
Understanding what motivates donors and how their motivations vary across demographic groups can help your not-for-profit more effectively reach and engage potential supporters. Click here for more details.