How To Get The Most Out of Your Workday
In my prior life as a tax partner at KPMG, I didn’t understand how clients regarded tax returns. But when I became responsible for tax filings for a theater company, my perspective changed.Read More
Tax Costs… Are You Seeing the Bigger Picture?
Ever heard of the project management triangle? Ever thought about business taxation in the context of project management?Read More
Tax Refunds Available for Cost Sharing Arrangements Containing Stock Base Compensation
U.S. taxpayers that reported Cost Sharing Arrangements (CSAs) on tax returns which contain stock based compensation under IRC Section 482 should consider filing amended tax returns for prior tax years.Read More
The Hidden Tool To Manage Your Taxes
Have you ever heard you can have it cheap and fast, but not good? Or maybe fast and good, but not cheap? So you settled for cheap and good but had to wait forever?Read More
Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure.
My Dad was an engineer. I’m an accountant. For years, Dad complained that bean counters were the bane of his existence. He felt strongly that the individuals responsible for developing a company’s engine of growth should not be accountable to accountants.Read More
Is This Really All There Is?
Big Accounting hires the best and brightest from top schools. Not only do they require academic excellence, but they seek candidates who are well rounded with outside interests. Every accountant recognizes that the work is a grind but the experience is invaluable.Read More
Transfer Pricing isn’t Tax Hocus Pocus
If you’re already doing business in multiple countries and want to establish appropriate pricing, we explore clients’ motivations before recommending a pricing strategy.Read More
What Your Doctor And Accountant Have In Common
In 1789, Benjamin Franklin wrote, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Seems just as true today as when Ben said it originally.Read More
Why You May Be Repeating Past Tax Mistakes
What does an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure mean in the context of corporate tax?Read More
Delaware Companies Need to Act Now for the March 1st Tax Deadline
Did you know that March 1st might be a big deadline for you regarding your taxes? This deadline is not extended because March 1st falls on a Sunday.Read More
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