Archive for the ‘Public Sector’ Category

Sweeping Tax Overhaul Signed Into Law

(Dec. 22, 2017) President Trump has now signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) into law. This bill […]

Government Lessees Beware – How Leases are Accounted for is About to Change

If you are a state or local government agency, a lot is about to change. The Government Accounting Standards Board […]

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 […]

Deducting or Amortizing Start-up Costs and Organizational Costs

Starting a new business venture can be exciting. Whether you are forming your first company or expanding into a new […]

The Benefits of Preparing a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)

The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) reports that 4,231 organizations received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting […]

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, […]

The Importance of Choosing a Quality Auditor for Employee Benefit Plans

In recent years, employee benefit plans have been under a regulatory microscope. Investigations and audits have been increasingly successful at […]

The Tax Consequences of Reimbursed and Unreimbursed Employee Expenses: What Employers and Employees Need to Know

Employees are typically reimbursed for business expenses that are ordinary and necessary. Generally, ordinary expenses are considered as common in […]

Can You Benefit from a Casualty Loss Tax Deduction on Personal-Use Property?

The Gulf Coast has been hit with its fair share of natural disasters in recent years. Hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods […]