7.26.18

Inventory Fraud: Knowledge Is Your First Line of Defense

Inventory is one of the biggest assets on a manufacturer’s balance sheet. It’s also one of the hardest assets to measure and track. Thousands of transactions…

7.18.18

Why Do You Own Your Building? Monetize Your Real Estate

Many business owners also act as their own landlords.  While owning one’s real estate can provide a sense of comfort, business owners are frequently at…

7.11.18

2 Tax Law Changes That May Affect Your Business’s 401(k) Plan

When you think about recent tax law changes and your business, you’re probably thinking about the new 20% pass-through deduction for qualified business income or…

7.9.18

A Fresh Look at Revenue Management for the Manufacturing Industry

The survey “The New World of Revenue Management,” conducted by the Institute of Management Accountants and cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider FinancialForce, has been making waves across…

7.8.18

Tax Planning for Small Contractors Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) was passed by the House and Senate and signed by the President in December of 2017 with…

7.7.18

ESOPs Offer Businesses Tax and Other Benefits

Wouldn’t it be great if your employees worked as if they owned the company? An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) could make that a reality.…

7.6.18

Tax Deductions and Construction: What Can Be Written Off?

Construction companies often have to deal with large expenses, either for materials, tools, the use of vehicles or any potential business costs they may need…

7.5.18

Don’t Let the Kiddie Tax Play Costly Games with You

It’s not uncommon for parents, grandparents and others to make financial gifts to minors and young adults. Perhaps you want to transfer some appreciated stock…

7.3.18

Retirement Plan Options for Business Owners

As a business owner, you may have most of your money tied up in your company — making saving for retirement especially challenging. If you…

7.2.18

4 Questions to Ask Before Hiring Household Help

When you hire someone to work in your home, you may become an employer. Thus, you may have specific employment tax obligations, such as withholding…