February 2019

Keeping Delivery on Time

If you’re like most manufacturers, your on-time delivery rate could use some improvement. While it’s most critical in a “Just…

Are You Making the Most of Depreciation Deductions?

If you’re looking for a way to lower your tax bill and your dealership owns real estate, a cost segregation…

Theft-Proof Your Construction Site

Construction site theft is an expensive, growing concern. Costs rise as contractors lose building materials, tools and equipment and liability…

What Do Business Valuation Standards Mean to Business Owners?

Valuation services are one of the highest growth areas for CPA firms. Clients need to know the value of businesses, business interests and…

Duties of an ERISA Plan Administrator

Plan administrators and sponsors are fiduciaries who are charged with the highest level of responsibility, fair dealing and good faith…

Tax Allocations When a Partner Exits

Let’s say a partner in your medical practice exits half way through the firm’s tax year. How are partnership tax…

Estate Tax Planning Tips for Single People

Estate planning is an important part of your overall wealth management strategy, especially if you’re unmarried. Single parents may worry…

Careful tax planning required for incentive stock options

Incentive stock options (ISOs) are a popular form of compensation for executives and other employees of corporations. They allow you…

How to report stock compensation paid to nonemployees

The accounting rules for reporting stock compensation have been expanded. They now include share-based payments to nonemployees for providing goods…

Some of your deductions may be smaller (or nonexistent) when you file your 2018 tax return

While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) reduces most income tax rates and expands some tax breaks, it limits…