Many businesses are tightening their flexible work policies, trying to coax remote employees to return to their offices in person to collaborate with their peers and build their careers. One of the unique ironies of this past summer occurred when Zoom, the videoconferencing platform that kept workers connected throughout the pandemic, announced it would require […]
Posted on November 07, 2023
Cash is king, especially when it comes to small businesses. An entrepreneur’s ability to effectively manage cash flow ultimately can mean the difference between success and failure. To keep the cash flow engine operating at optimal performance through economic headwinds, such as rising interest rates and tightening of credit availability, business owners should consider the […]
Posted on October 31, 2023
The Financial Account Standards Board (FASB) recently voted to approve a new accounting standard that will require U.S. businesses to disclose significantly more details about their global income tax liabilities beginning as early as 2025. The move is a part of the FASB’s larger effort to improve the effectiveness of disclosures in the financial statement […]
Posted on October 19, 2023
In this episode Joseph Leocata shares details about the current state of the IRS, trends in tax controversy and what to do if you receive an IRS notice.
Just as business owners must consider the tax implications of their companies’ legal structures before beginning operations, special care should be taken to address these issues on a consistent basis throughout the organization’s lifecycle, especially before filing for bankruptcy. According to the IRS, the majority of US corporations are structured as pass-through entities, including sole […]
Posted on October 05, 2023
In this episode Director of Managed Cyber Solutions Brandon Bowers explains how outsourcing IT can save companies time, money and space.
Posted on October 03, 2023
According to a recent study by Art Basel and UBS, global art sales in 2022 exceeded pre-pandemic levels, reaching $67.8 billion in transactions. Buyers, ranging from high-end collectors to Gen Xers and Millennials, increasingly recognize art’s value as an alternative investment in a fragile economic and geopolitical environment. However, as buyers grow their collections, they […]
Posted on September 28, 2023
The introduction and subsequent expansion of the employee retention credit (ERC) offered a valuable lifeline to businesses struggling to preserve jobs and pay workers through the pandemic despite interruptions to normal operations or significant declines in gross revenue. However, over time, the IRS has identified a significant number of schemes perpetrated by criminals to con […]
Posted on September 21, 2023
On this episode Director of Tax Services Jonathan Kraes shares issues and opportunities for individuals who purchase private airplanes.
Posted on September 19, 2023
A Pennsylvania judge recently vacated a plaintiff’s $25 million damages award based on the plaintiff’s expert failure to provide at trial “a sufficient factual basis” for the numbers he relied on for calculating lost profits. Although the judge in Paramount Financial: Civil Action Communications, et al. v. Broadridge investor: Communications Solutions agreed with the jury’s […]