Archive for the ‘Public Sector’ Category

What Should I Do About GDPR?

GDPR is a buzzword that has been in the news frequently these past few months. GDPR, which stands for General […]


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 […]


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