Article Archives: 2020

Posted by: Matt Medlin in EBITDA.

As spring ebbed into summer this past year, the economic impact of the pandemic inflicted severe stress across all economies and geographies. The U.S. government responded with stimulus through various means,

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Over the past few years, many high net worth taxpayers have witnessed the unfortunate removal of a substantial amount of itemized deductions from their Schedule A worksheets. Examples include a $10,000 limitation for state and local taxes,

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Posted by: Hillary Parker in Manufacturing.

On Nov. 18, 2020, the AICPA held its annual Global Manufacturing Conference, a yearly gathering of CPAs and global manufacturing companies where industry trends are discussed. Like many conferences and meetings in 2020,

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Does your organization have a complete set of financial policies and procedures? If so, when was the last time you reviewed them?

Effective financial policies and procedures can help provide efficient financial management,

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The first month of the new year is always challenging with the many forms that need completing and the closing out of financial statements. Planning and preparation will provide your organization with peace of mind that you are ready for the financial requirements in 2021.

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Posted by: Dan Wright · Jeff Pannell

Unfortunately, not all startup companies become the next Snowflake and turn into one of the largest IPOs in the history of the U.S. stock exchanges. In fact,

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On Friday, October 2, 2020, the Small Business Administration (SBA) issued a notice providing information on the required procedures for when a change in ownership occurs for entities holding a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan.

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Posted by: Karen Dunn in Federal Tax.

The 21% tax on compensation over $1 million could apply to more organizations than one would think. This tax applies not only to compensation over $1 million but also to excess parachute payments.

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Posted by: Jeff Pannell in Investing.

The last time you heard the phrase “location, location, location” was probably from your real estate agent when buying or selling your home. But when was the last time you heard this same mantra from your investment advisor or financial planner?

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This article reflects the law prior to the passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) in December 2020. As such, certain sections may now be outdated. To learn more about the CAA updates,

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