Posted by Margaret Amsden on January 13, 2020
Alternative Fuel Tax Credit (IRC 6427(d)) and Nonbusiness Energy Property (IRC 25C) are two key “extenders” which could impact your 2018 tax return. While further guidance still needs to be published, you should be aware of the implications of these extenders.
Posted by Denise Asker on January 3, 2020
Whether you are handling business or personal finances, having a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) as your advocate is priceless. The right CPA can help you and your business move toward financial success and uncover areas of financial improvement.
Posted by Bryan Powrozek on December 29, 2019
As the end of another calendar year approaches many companies are beginning to shift their focus to year-end planning. As the dust continues to settle on the changes implemented under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) most taxpayers have familiarized themselves with the new tax landscape.
Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 27, 2019
As 2019 winds to a close, Congress gets busy and passes a law that changes much of what we all thought we knew about planning for retirement, and how Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and 401k Plans work.
Posted by Julie Killian on December 19, 2019
Whether preparing for a first-year audit or looking to simplify the existing audit process, there are proactive steps a company can take to have a smooth and relatively painless corporate financial statement audit.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on December 4, 2019
“The term Industry 4.0 conjures up images of high-tech factories filled with connected robots performing work previously done by people, but the technologies enabling this transformation are not just confined to the plant floor,”
Posted by Margaret Amsden on December 3, 2019
With the tax law changes that became effective in 2018, the average person has potentially lost the benefit of their charitable contributions. However, there are several very straightforward options that you may be able to take advantage of.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on November 26, 2019
It is true that Mexico has a highly qualified and competitive labor market, and a young population; however, it is mandatory -- and extremely important -- to factor in the personnel-related requirements below when expanding or operating in Mexico.
Posted by Bryan Powrozek on November 21, 2019
The term Industry 4.0 conjures up images of the high tech factories filled with connected robots performing work previously performed by people. However, the technologies …
Posted by Margaret Amsden on November 18, 2019
Throughout the ordinary course of business, you could very well find yourself in a position of insolvency which leads to the restructuring of your debt. Dealing with cash flow issues or insolvency can be very stressful and time-sensitive, and many business owners and taxpayers alike shudder at the thought of finding themselves in this state.