Monthly Archives: February 2013

Business Valuation – Why and How by Sharon Foote

Posted on February 28, 2013 by Scott Bouchner

There are countless facets of a business that owners strive to understand, including strengths and weaknesses, industry and competitors, growth prospects and historical profitability.   A company’s value is not always understood, but it can be an important tool. WHY DO YOU NEED A BUSINESS VALUATION? There are many possible circumstances that could require an owner […]

Scott Montgomery Quoted in South Florida Business Journal

Posted on February 21, 2013

Scott Montgomery was recently interviewed for an article about boomers who are returning to the workplace or launching new careers. The feature ran in a special section of South Florida Business Journal titled, “The Business of Aging.” Scott shared the example of a client who is well-employed but has been purchasing rental properties for future […]

John Ebenger Quoted in The Miami Herald

Posted on February 21, 2013

​John Ebenger was recently quoted in a Miami Herald article about tax tips. The article attempted to shed light on some of the recent changes to tax laws. John provided information about windfalls – especially when selling real estate. He also described how the rules for passive income have changed and the potential tax liability. […]

Successful Business Interruption Claims by Daniel Hughes

Posted on February 21, 2013 by Daniel Hughes

Companies usually buy business-interruption insurance as part of a broader property-casualty insurance policy. But treating this type of coverage as an afterthought can be costly.  Give thought to how your business may be impacted by a fire, flood, or in the case of South Florida, a hurricane. It’s important to pay close attention to the […]

Best Practices for Working with Forensic Accountants by Richard A. Pollack

Posted on February 12, 2013 by Richard Pollack

Regardless of whether a trial lawyer is representing a plaintiff or a defendant, the forensic accountant can be invaluable for those cases involving challenging financial issues or economic damages.  By relying on carefully honed skills to investigate, uncover and substantiate often-complicated financial transactions, forensic accountants can scour through mountains of data to connect seemingly random […]