Posted by Jim Biehl on August 15, 2019
Many business owners “do the math” and determine that it makes financial sense to buy the building(s) in which they operate the business, instead of continuing to rent. Generally the analysis they perform to make this decision is focused on real estate prices, current rental and interest rates, and the desire to build equity in the investment.
You’re in the wholesale or distribution space and have a huge asset, called inventory, which needs to be converted to cash, but you aren’t great at tracking or counting it and you are not really sure which items are sitting. So what do you do?
Posted by Sue Tuson on July 18, 2019
Thinking of expanding your business overseas? The first question is usually, “What’s the best way to start? Should I set up an office immediately or use an independent contractor familiar with the country?”
Most system integrators have heard that the R&E tax credit can have an immediate impact on a company’s cash position as it frees up money...
Posted by Teresa Gordon on June 24, 2019
The 2019 SelectUSA Investment Summit was recently held in Washington DC. Because this is the most significant event dedicated to promoting foreign direct investment (FDI) in the US...
Posted by Julie Killian on June 11, 2019
Do you provide monthly or quarterly financial statements to your bank or other stakeholders? Are those financial statements required to be prepared using US GAAP standards?
Posted by Kevin Johns on May 16, 2019
Across the manufacturing sector, there is a great amount of diverse strategies, footprints, and segment approaches as they deal with artificial intelligence augmented reality and the ever-increasing spread of robotics. From an accounting standpoint, the one thing that often unites these companies together is GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) which provides...
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 8, 2019
This year marked the first of many under the new tax regime set in motion by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Now that you have one year of experience under your belt, you can pivot your strategies to optimize your tax positions under the new legislation. Let’s walk through four easy steps you can take to ensure that next year’s tax season goes smoothly.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on May 2, 2019
Estate planning can be done at any time but “now” is always the best time if it has been a few years since reviewing your estate plan, or if one needs to be created.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on February 20, 2019
One of the greatest pleasures a professional can experience is to see your client blossom from a small start-up operation to a thriving business. It …