Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on April 15, 2019
Oktoberfest is a long-standing German tradition in which the entire country celebrates after months of hard work, culminating in the harvest. Well, we have just finished our own harvest time, with the coming and going of April 15th.
Posted by Alex Martin on April 10, 2019
Governments worldwide are concerned that multinationals are shifting profits offshore through incorrect transfer pricing. Prices charged for goods, services, royalties, and loans across borders drive how much income tax a multinational pays by country.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on April 9, 2019
Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in the global marketplace, is pleased to announce that shareholder …
Clayton & McKervey Shareholder to Present on the Impact of Tax Reform at the 2019 CSIA Executive Conference
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on April 2, 2019
Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in the global marketplace, announced that shareholder Sarah Russell, CPA, will be a presenter at the 2019 Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) Executive Conference.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on March 26, 2019
Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in the global marketplace, is pleased to announce it has been included on the list of Top Firms in the Great Lakes Region by the accounting profession’s leading trade publication, Accounting Today. The list was released as part of Accounting Today’s annual listing of the Top 100 Firms in the nation. The Top Firms: Great Lakes considers public accounting firms based in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on March 19, 2019
The year-end Federal Government economic reports were published recently and the news was promising. Despite slowdowns elsewhere in the world, turbulent financial markets, and trade disputes with China, the economy continues to grow at a healthy pace.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on March 19, 2019
When looking at the competition – especially in the automotive industry –the question on whether it makes sense to expand to Mexico will ultimately arise. Our clients ask this often enough for us to note the key considerations required before determining if this opportunity is right for your business.
Posted by Katie Faysal on March 7, 2019
Throughout the world, and especially in the world of public accounting, we know there is a strong business case for “balance for better.” Lately, a lot of the media focus has been on the end result at the highest level: How many women are represented in boards? How many women CEOs are there in the S&P 500?
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 …
Posted by Jim Biehl on February 6, 2019
Have you ever wondered how some companies last for generations while others fade into obsolescence? In the firm’s long history of working with closely-held businesses, …