Category: Business Consulting and Planning

Business Consulting and Planning

What is Representations and Warranties Insurance? by Daniel S. Hughes, CPA/CFF, CGMA, CVA; and Mike Kaczka, CPA/CFF, CFE


Posted on September 12, 2019 by Daniel Hughes

Representations and warranties insurance (RWI) is becoming an increasingly common and required tool to expedite M&A transactions, bridge gaps in deal negotiations and reduce buyers’ and sellers’ risks of financial losses after deals close. At the most basic level, representations are the assertions sellers make about their companies, those entities’ financial positions and past and […]

5 Reasons You Should Not Hold Real Estate in an S Corporation by John G. Ebenger, CPA


Posted on September 04, 2019 by John Ebenger

Savvy investors know that holding real estate in their individual names is a bad idea that exposes them to a broad range of legal risks and personal financial liabilities. Instead, U.S. tax laws permit investors to structure their real estate holdings into separate business entities, such as partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs) and corporations, which […]

Hurricane Dorian – It’s Not too Late for Businesses to Plan Ahead for Storms by Daniel Hughes, CPA


Posted on August 29, 2019 by Daniel Hughes

As Hurricane Dorian menaces the Florida coast,  it is not too late for businesses to prepare for the threat of a potential disaster that can interrupt normal businesses operations and cause millions of dollars in damages and lost revenue. Following are just a few things that businesses should consider as part of a well-thought-out disaster-preparedness […]

Tax Implications of Florida’s 2019 Legislative Session by Karen A. Lake, CPA


Posted on June 19, 2019 by Karen Lake

The Florida legislature recently passed a $91.1 billion budget for 2019 that provides some significant wins for individuals and business taxpayers located in the state while failing to address the remote and online sales tax collection issue created by the Supreme Court’s June 2018 decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. Here are the details. Reduced […]

The 2018 Tax Filing Season is Not Over by Adam Cohen, CPA


Posted on May 23, 2019 by Adam Cohen

The March and April tax filing deadline have come and gone, and many individual and business taxpayers can happily bid farewell to their 2018 federal income tax-filing responsibilities. However, if you are one of the millions of taxpayers who applied for an automatic extension of time to file for 2018, don’t get too comfortable. The […]