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Will there or won't there be a recession? What's the long-term economic outlook? How high can inflation go?
K.Coe Isom LLP
With the way 2019 has started, no one is expecting it to be an easy year for cash flow.
New clients frequently ask us how to best organize their neglected books.
Restaurant Week just arrived to showcase more than 300 Chicago area restaurants. Prix fixe menus of $22, $33 and $44 are offered for breakfast lunch and dinner.
It isn't always a major problem that causes a medical practice to lose money. Sometimes a steady drip of small losses — a little bit here, a little bit there — adds up to a big problem.
Goldin Peiser & Peiser, LLP
Fraud is a fact of life, but despite that reality, I continue to find clients who "trust" that their company is free from fraud, even without any controls in place to verify whether that's true
Goldin Peiser & Peiser, LLP
There's a good chance that you're tired of hearing about high failure rates for small businesses. To come this far, you have beaten the odds, defied conventions and piloted around the naysayers many times over.
Baker Newman Noyes
After years of waiting and debating, the long awaited credit losses standard has finally been issued.
Simple. Free Cash Flow (FCF) enhances shareholder value. This is an attractive metric for investors compared to price-earnings because, well, you cannot fake it, honey!
Baker Newman Noyes
On June 16, 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued its long awaited Current Expected Credit Loss impairment standard, or CECL.
Your sales team closes a custom order for a new customer. Then, the production crew works diligently to meet the order's two-week deadline.
Brown Smith Wallace
Any time you buy, build or remodel a building, there's an opportunity for a cost segregation study.
Accounts receivable is often one of the biggest assets on a manufacturer's balance sheet.
When one spreadsheet looks like all the rest, it's difficult to get the attention of busy decision-makers.
Capital is the lifeblood of any manufacturing business. Each week, your payroll must be met, overhead covered and suppliers paid.
Many restaurants and retailers sell gift cards to consumers.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The Federal Reserve Board repealed its Regulation DD and Regulation P and issued final amendments to the Identity Theft Red Flags rule in Regulation V.
On October 16, 2013, Knight Capital Americas LLC (Knight Capital) agreed to pay $12 million to settle charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) alleging that the firm violated Rule 15c3-5 (the Market Access Rule or Rule) under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Leonard, Street & Deinard, P.A.
Despite unprecedented financial challenges, public and private owners must still pay their bills on time.
Calfee Halter & Griswold LLP
One of the best kept secrets in the tooling industry is an Ohio law that grants a lien to molders and moldbuilders for services performed related to dies, molds, patterns and forms.
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