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By Joy Long
This blog reviews the study and the opportunities awaiting small firms.
By Seamus Donoghue
In general, business owners should jump on tax-saving opportunities as soon as possible due to the time value of money.
By James G. Quaid
The 2018 Yellow Book was recently updated and includes a significant change regarding auditor independence.
By Ken Kobiernicki
Plan sponsors of qualified retirement plans, such as 401(k) plans, are required to provide certain information to plan participants. Although plan sponsors often rely on recordkeepers,
By Chris Arndt
Your controller should be an integral part of your strategic plan to scale. In fact, they should be a strategic partner in most aspects of growth.
By Peggy Vyborny
More and more banking and financial transactions are conducted online, which means that cyberattacks pose a significant threat to the wealth
By Jason Flahive
In any business, staff members need the flexibility to take time off from work — whether for sick days, personal days or vacations.
By Jeffrey Newman
It is only relatively recently that the arrangement has gained traction with smaller public and privately owned companies.
By Kalman Shiner, CPA
The past decade has brought sweeping change to the legal industry, from the influx of Millennials into law firms to growing competition from
By Mark Thomson
Non-public manufacturers and distributors are affected by the 2019 GAAP change in how revenue is recognized. Have you made changes already?
By Harry Fox
Proponents of so-called "effective altruism," also known as strategic giving, have gained footing in recent years.
By Larry Sophian
One of the cornerstones of a successful medical practice is terrific patient service. In a non-medical context, you would call it customer service,
By Steve Lewis
Recent market gyrations have made even strong-stomached investors a little queasy. In general, maintaining your positions in a well-diversified portf
By Robert Swenson, Julie Savarino
More law firms are beginning to reconsider their billing practices, whether in response to client demands, stagnant revenues or other factors
By Michael Kovacs
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has released a final rule which should make it easier for smaller businesses to provide retirement plans to their employees.
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