Posted by Carlos Calderon on June 17, 2019
After Mexico, Canada and the USA officially signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) in November 2018, many of us may have expected immediate action. Clearly, that was not the case! It is expected that this new agreement will bring more investment opportunities to promote the creation of jobs, effectively positioning North America as the most competitive region worldwide.
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 Robert Dutkiewicz on June 11, 2019
Whether business or personal, we all know that technology is profoundly changing our world. We have personally witnessed how many of our clients have needed to adapt to these changes.
Clayton & McKervey Shareholder to Present an Alternate Solution to Revenue and Lease Accounting Standards at 2019 AICPA Engage
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 20, 2019
Clayton & McKervey announced that shareholder Julie Killian, CPA, is part of a panel that will present on the advantages of implementing a financial reporting option for smaller businesses at the 2019 AICPA Engage conference.
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...
Clayton & McKervey Shareholders to Participate on ACG Detroit Panel about Navigating Cross-Border Transactions on June 7
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on May 14, 2019
Tim Hilligoss and Margaret Amsden, will be participating in an upcoming panel hosted by ACG Detroit about “Navigating Cross-Border Transactions.
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 Tim Hilligoss on May 7, 2019
More and more companies today are venturing into the waters of international business. While the potential rewards of global trade are great, so are the potential risks.One of the biggest risks lies in not understanding the distinct cultural subtleties and nuances that exist from one country to the next.
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.
With the change in tax law, and key court decisions in the past few years, there has never been a better time to reevaluate your ability to qualify and utilize the R&E tax credit.