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Matthew E. DePretis

Succession: If you Fail to Prepare…

It’s going to happen eventually. It happens to every business owner, from Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerberg to the lady who owns the restaurant on the corner. One day you will no longer be working for your business. The important question is: “will your business still be working for you?” The answer to that question […]

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Donna McKey

Four Steps to Simplify your Month-End Close

Month-end can be a very stressful time for internal bookkeepers, accountants and even management. Creditors and management are eager to see the latest financial information – with important decisions hanging in the balance. What happens when upstream stakeholders are anxious? Your accounting department can feel the stress. While some accountants just accept that month-end closings […]

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Colleen Hornbacker

Use Fall Planning to Produce Spring Savings

Use fall planning to produce spring savings As an accountant, years of experience have taught me that my clients generally don’t like to spend a lot of their free time thinking about taxes. To most, taxes can be boring and tedious. Nevertheless, if you are interested in keeping more of your hard earned money, you […]

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Miranda Kazakevich

Making Financial Knowledge Power for Your Business

How good information can drive great decisions In today’s economy, success isn’t accidental. It’s the result decisions made which are based on the best information possible. As a business owner, so much depends on the decisions you make. Your decisions not only affect you, they affect your family, your employees, and even your clients and […]

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Barbara Lemmer

IRS Extends Grace Period for Partial Disposition Elections

The Internal Revenue Service recently released final regulations regarding the disposition of tangible property. One of the key issues in these new regulations is the allowance for a partial disposition of tangible property, meaning taxpayers may have opportunities for dispositions leading to increased depreciation expenses and lower taxable income. For example, the regulations may allow […]

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