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Businesses Can Utilize the Same Information IRS Auditors Use to Examine Tax Returns
Before conducting an audit, IRS examiners do their homework by reviewing “Audit Technique Guides.” Business owners and executives can easily read the same guides.
Conflicts of Interest: When Employees Aren’t on Your Side
When employees go to great lengths to hide conflicts of interest, their potentially disloyal relationships are difficult to detect. That’s why companies may be better served by playing offense. Find out how.
Predicting Future Performance
CPAs don’t have a crystal ball. But they can estimate your company’s future performance. Here’s how.
Tax-smart Domestic Travel: Combining Business with Pleasure
Are you going on a business trip within the United States this summer? You might be able to add on some vacation days and deduct some of your expenses.
Measuring “fair Value” for Financial Reporting Purposes
Certain assets and liabilities must be reported at fair value, rather than historic cost. Find out what the term “fair value” means, how it differs from other standards and why you shouldn’t recycle a valuation.
Protect Your Nonprofit by Cross-training Staff
Cross-training, or teaching employees how to do each other’s jobs, can help provide stability to your nonprofit’s operations and advance your staffers’ professional development. Here’s how.
Your Succession Plan May Benefit from a Separation of Business and Real Estate
Your succession plan should incorporate various strategies to accomplish your retirement and estate planning goals. One to consider: separating business interests from real estate holdings related to the company.
Don’t Mistake Kickbacks for Gifts
Kickbacks sometimes look like legitimate business gifts. But there’s a critical difference. What is it? And how can you help ensure that employees don’t compromise your company by accepting kickbacks?
Employers: Be Aware (or Beware) of a Harsh Payroll Tax Penalty
If payroll taxes withheld from employees’ paychecks aren’t remitted to the federal government, a severe tax penalty can be personally imposed on “responsible” individuals.
You Have Options when Addressing Life Insurance in Your Estate plan
What factors should figure into your decision on who should own your life insurance policy?
AUP Engagements: A Middle Ground Between Audits and Consulting Services
Have you ever heard of an agreed upon procedures (AUP) engagement? This lesser-known attestation service could be a flexible, cost-effective and objective way to meet the needs of your business and its stakeholders. Learn more.
Hiring This Summer? You May Qualify for a Valuable Tax Credit
New hires from certain disadvantaged “targeted” groups may qualify your business for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. Here’s an overview of this potentially valuable tax break, including how it’s calculated.

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