Monthly Archives

July 2018

Accounting
July 27, 2018

Hidden liabilities: What’s excluded from the balance sheet?

Financial statements help investors and lenders monitor a company’s performance. However, financial statements may not provide a full picture of…
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Tax
July 23, 2018

Business deductions for meal, vehicle and travel expenses: Document, document, document

Meal, vehicle and travel expenses are common deductions for businesses. But if you don’t properly document these expenses, you could…
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Accounting
July 17, 2018

Consider these financial reporting issues before going private

Issuing stock on the public markets isn’t right for every business. Some public companies decide to delist — or “go…
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Tax
July 17, 2018

Close-up on the new QBI deduction’s wage limit

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provides a valuable new tax break to noncorporate owners of pass-through entities: a…
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Tax
July 12, 2018

Does your business have to begin collecting sales tax on all out-of-state online sales?

You’ve probably heard about the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing state and local governments to impose sales taxes on…
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Accounting
July 11, 2018

Is it time to adopt the new hedge accounting principles?

Implementing changes in accounting rules can be a real drag. But the new hedge accounting standard may be an exception…
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Consulting
July 6, 2018

Just Out of College? Now Is the Time to Take Stock of Your Finances

Michael Eisenberg, Squar Milner Financial Services Principal, discusses with the New York Times how new college graduates can prepare for…
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Uncategorized
July 3, 2018

Spotlight on auditor independence and hosting arrangements

With Independence Day coming up, it’s a good time to check up on auditor independence issues. This is especially important…
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