Archive for the ‘Public Sector’ 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 […]


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 […]


How Local Governments Can Minimize Audit Findings on Federal Disaster Aid

The 2017 hurricane season made history as the most expensive hurricane season to date. Last year, hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and […]


GASB Increases Debt Disclosure Requirements

In March of this year, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued a new requirement that all governments are expected […]


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 […]


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 […]