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No Double-Dipping on Georgia Jobs Credit

May 3, 2016

A Georgia corporation had an enviable problem several years ago when it had to decide between two great jobs tax credits. It chose one, but then reconsidered and later wanted to choose the other, using the same jobs. The rules... Read More

Big changes are coming to Lease Accounting: How will they impact your company?

March 29, 2016

Balance sheets for many companies will start looking a bit different in the relatively near future. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) announced changes under the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) that will require companies that lease real estate,... Read More

R&D Tax Credit Changes Benefit Tech Start-Ups

February 15, 2016

While there are many tax benefits available for small businesses and technology companies, the challenge is how to take advantage of them in the early years when there is no taxable income to offset. The 2016 changes in the research... Read More

Department of Labor Asks Employers to Seek Qualified Benefit Plan Auditors

January 11, 2016

Late in December the Department of Labor (DOL) sent out an important communication to companies across the country about their Employee Benefit Plan Audits. The DOL is encouraging plan fiduciaries to take a closer look at their auditors’ qualifications and... Read More

Turnaround Lessons Learned for Going Concern Management Teams

April 1, 2015

Turnaround professionals work with underperforming companies across different industries that find themselves in financial difficulty. Today’s guest blogger, Jim Wanserski, takes a look at some of the consistent themes he’s seen surface in his work with turnaround clients. These are... Read More

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