Archive for the ‘Accounting Services’ Category

A Cash Flow Analysis Can Save Your Business

Financial experts claim that 82 – 90% of small business failures are caused by poor cash flow. Many profitable companies […]

Rebuilding Resources for Individuals and Businesses Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Our hearts go out to all of you affected by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. As a Gulf Coast company […]

The Many Benefits of Outsourcing the CFO Function

As small to medium-size business owner, you wear many hats and may be responsible for everything from new product development, […]

Oil and Gas Companies Can Benefit from the R&D Tax Credit

Just like many other businesses, oil and gas companies frequently overlook taking the Research & Development (R&D) tax credit. Across […]

How will the new lease accounting standard affect your business?

For fiscal periods beginning after December 15, 2018, businesses will have to start reporting leases differently on their balance sheets. […]

Restaurant and Retail Operators: Is the Remodel and Refresh Safe Harbor Right for You?

Accounting for remodel and refresh expenditures can now be easier for certain retailers and restaurants, thanks to IRS Revenue Procedure […]

Company Layoffs May Lead to EBP “Partial Plan Terminations”

Business owners need to be aware that significant employee layoffs may lead to unintended partial plan terminations. In our region, […]

Here’s what you need to know about the new 1099-MISC filing date

As we approach the new year, a new tax filing deadline also looms for some taxpayers.

Importance of the statement of cash flows

The statement of cash flows provides answers to the important question “Where did the money go?”

How to consider the potential impairment of long-lived assets during times of downturn

Current economic conditions for the energy sector may indicate that the carrying amount for a long-lived asset has become unrecoverable. In these circumstances, the asset becomes impaired.