Archive for the ‘Financial Services’ Category

Some Tax-Advantaged Personal Property Exchanges No Longer Available After Tax Reform

Although the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was written into law more than a year ago, it continues to […]


Accounting for Financial Instruments: New Requirements

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has made a significant change to accounting standards related to accounting for financial instruments. […]


Act Fast: The Deadline to Claim a Credit for Paid Family Leave is Approaching

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provides a new tax credit for business owners who provide paid family and […]


Best Practices for Month-End Close

While the beginning of the month can signify a fresh start for some, small businesses and their accounting departments sometimes […]


What Are Your Financial Statements Telling You?

  As a small business owner, you’ve almost certainly heard the phrase, “your financial statements say a lot about your […]


Is the Worker You Just Hired an Independent Contractor or an Employee?

It sounds like this would be a simple question to answer – but is it? Determining your new worker’s employment […]


Three Reasons Why You Should Upgrade Your Expense Management Software

In today’s fast-paced environment, we thrive on efficiency — of resources, time, and energy. One of the easiest ways for […]


What Employee Benefit Plan Sponsors Need to Know About Cybersecurity

Most organizations have some sort of formal plan in place to protect their electronic data, but many of those security […]


Meals and Entertainment Expenses After Tax Reform

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) made several changes to the tax deductibility of meal and entertainment (M&E) […]


Sales Tax Changes to Affect Louisiana Retailers and Purchasers Alike

As part of a larger budget deal, new Louisiana sales tax laws were approved by lawmakers late last week. The […]


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