You might think keeping financial information under your hat is best for your business, but learning to share could help you and your employees achieve your business goals. AUGUST 04, 2014 Some years ago, I hired an attorney to represent me on a small matter. He was young and very successful, expanding quickly and running [...]
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The very name “internal control” poses a problem for companies when they deal with outsourced providers. This internal responsibility for external functions has become one of the biggest challenges for companies in the 2013 update of the widely used internal control framework created by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO). COSO [...]
An anonymous couple in California’s “gold country”—named after the 1849 Gold Rush—found $10 million in rare gold coins buried in cans on their property. Why stay anonymous? They don’t want people digging on their property. After all, this is the biggest and best coin discovery in U.S. history. So said Davis Hall of Professional Coin [...]
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By: Jennifer Schmerer, Staff Accountant We are more than halfway through 2015, the first year of mandatory reporting under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As the January reporting deadline fast approaches, many employers are still trying to figure out what the ACA means, how it applies to them, how and when to report, and most [...]
If you’re a collector, donating from your collection instead of your bank account or investment portfolio can be tax-smart. When you donate appreciated property rather than selling it, you avoid the capital gains tax you would have incurred on a sale. And long-term gains on collectibles are subject to a higher maximum rate (28%) than [...]