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How to Develop an IT Strategic Plan and Stick to It

Preparation Is your business prepared to successfully respond to an IT-related disaster? Different companies require varying

Deductions for Meal and Entertainment Expenses under TCJA

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a notice clarifying the tax treatment of meal and entertainment

Should your Medical Practice be a “C” Corporation?

The  2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 199A, which provides
March 13, 2019

Disaster at Kraft: What Purchase Price Allocations and Goodwill Impairment Can Teach Us about M&A Gone Wrong

On February 22, 2019, investors woke up to a shocking 27% decline at the opening bell

Doctors and Divorce: What You Need to Know

Going through a divorce can be a difficult time for anyone involved. It’s an emotional situation

Is Your Team Ready for the Changes Coming to Your Balance Sheet?

Does your contracting business regularly lease vehicles and equipment or rely on loan agreements and surety

Late Tax Return Filing May Mean Reduced Social Security Benefits

Late filing your tax returns? Here’s another reason to quickly get into compliance: You may be

Virginia Amends Residency Definition for Estates and Trusts

On February 15, Virginia amended its estate/trust residency statute by removing one of the definitions used

Tax Saving Strategy: Hire Your Kids

One often overlooked tax saving strategy is to hire your children to work for your business

Worst Fraud Cases of 2018

The January/February 2019 edition of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Fraud Magazine® includes an article