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Keeping Project Costs in Check

November 13, 2019 By Mark McCarthy

Keeping Project Costs in Check

Construction costs have been trending due in large part to increases in both labor and material costs. As this trend has far from leveled off in 2019, managing project costs to maximize revenue can be a herculean task. However, avoiding problems and keeping costs in check is possible.

Qualified Opportunity Zones: State & Local Municipalities Sweeten the Pot

November 13, 2019 By Sean Haggerty, Steve Dunavant

Qualified Opportunity Zones: State & Local Municipalities Sweeten the Pot

While developers, investors, fund managers and business operators consider how to capitalize on the tax-advantaged investing offered by the Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) program, many state and local governments are seizing the opportunity to court that investment and tap into the anticipated capital flow in excess of $10 billion.

The Growing Reach of Data Protection Laws in the US

November 13, 2019 By Bart Kimmel, Bryan Dziak

The Growing Reach of Data Protection Laws in the US

As security breaches continue across the globe, the push in the U.S. for federal laws and regulations that protect personally identifiable (PII) information grows.

3 Ways Commercial Real Estate Can Save on 2019 Taxes

November 13, 2019 By Larry Rosenblum

3 Ways Commercial Real Estate Can Save on 2019 Taxes

As the end of 2019 approaches, commercial real estate owners and investors are looking for strategies to increase their 2019 tax deductions and reduce income taxes.

Tax Planning in 2020: Tax Rates and Inflation-Adjusted Figures

November 12, 2019

Tax Planning in 2020: Tax Rates and Inflation-Adjusted Figures

Tax rates and figures were recently released for 2020.

Is Your Section 125 Plan Document Compliant?

November 7, 2019

Is Your Section 125 Plan Document Compliant?

Employers are always looking for ways to further entice and retain workers, and one of those ways is utilizing a Section 125 Plan (Cafeteria Plan). Discover the benefits of using a Section 125 Plan and how to ensure compliance.

Tangible Personal Property – Filing Deadlines Are Coming!

November 6, 2019 By Vicki Rico

Tangible Personal Property – Filing Deadlines Are Coming!

Every business has tangible personal property (TPP) which includes machinery and equipment, furniture and fixtures, computers, inventory, and supplies. If your business is located in a state that taxes business personal property, it is your responsibility to file your declarations timely. Failure to do so can result in costly penalties and may waive your appeal rights.

Compensation 2020: The Perfect Storm

November 6, 2019 By Joe Rice

Compensation 2020: The Perfect Storm

Looking toward 2020 compensation, the perfect storm is brewing. There are several regulatory clouds on the horizon, each of which is its own concern. Add to that the free market clouds and we have a combination of events that could create the perfect storm, the wrath of which can leave even the best designed compensation structures in tatters.

4 Signs You Need to Change Your Tax Strategy in 2020

November 6, 2019

4 Signs You Need to Change Your Tax Strategy in 2020

With the end of the year quickly approaching, it’s a good time to check in on your tax strategy and make any necessary adjustments to save on your 2019 tax bill and start 2020 off on the right foot.

Be Prepared When Spinning the Exit Wheel

November 5, 2019 By Clare Yuritch, Thomas Bonney

Be Prepared When Spinning the Exit Wheel

The process of selling a business can be a lot like spinning the Wheel of Fortune, with the pointer stopping in sections named “6x EBITDA,” “11x EBITDA,” “Diligence Issues,” “Recession” and “Leadership Gaps”; the latter of these serving as the sell-side equivalent of “Lose a Turn.” Or, it can be a structured exercise in preparation, transaction and transition.

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