Posted by Casey Haggerty on August 1, 2018
Careful consideration should be given to the implications of estate tax savings vs. income tax savings.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on July 26, 2018
On May 31, the US Department of Commerce announced that tariffs on steel and aluminum were no longer valid for Mexico, Canada and the European Union. Hence, these countries became subject to a 25% and 10% tax on tariffs for these materials effective June 1.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 26, 2018
Clayton & McKervey announces that David Van Damme, Catherine (Katie) Faysal, and Ben Smith, all certified public accountants in the Assurance Department, have been promoted from Manager to Senior Manager.
Posted by Alex Martin on July 23, 2018
Recent tariff increases implemented by the Trump Administration have sparked fears of a trade war globally.
Posted by Teresa Gordon on July 16, 2018
The 2018 SelectUSA Investment Summit highlights the focus of our Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) practice well, and I want to share a re-cap of the interest and activity at a national level.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on July 9, 2018
Our organization, like most, gets really busy attending to the daily tasks at hand of serving clients, hiring and training staff, marketing our services, and tending to the hundreds of other small things needed to make us function effectively.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on July 9, 2018
After several weeks of intense negotiations the deadline was met for Canada and Mexico to present an advance report on NAFTA to the US congress.
6 Common Misconceptions About the R&E Tax Credit Mean Too Many Companies Are Leaving Money On the Table
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 2, 2018
Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping closely held businesses compete in the global marketplace, recommends that businesses reconsider the Research & Experimentation (R&E) tax credit as a tool to strategically improve their bottom line.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on June 26, 2018
Julie Killian, CPA, has been named a shareholder effective July 1.
Posted by Alex Martin on June 26, 2018
Transfer pricing is a controversial issue for a growing number of multinationals and tax authorities, but companies should consider the relative level of risk when investing resources.