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Baltimore, Md. – Ellin & Tucker, the mid-Atlantic’s leading public accounting and business consulting firm, announced today that Chris Rosenthal, Director and leader of Ellin & Tucker’s Disputes, Forensic and Valuation Services practice, has been elected Chair of the Business... Continue Reading
Hard Hat Chat Episode 1 Esops

Featuring: Todd Feuerman

Welcome to the inaugural episode of Hard Hat Chat, a new Ellin & Tucker web-series dedicated to all things Construction consulting! This episode we’re talking about ESOPs, what they are and how they can be used in the Construction industry.... Continue Reading
Talking the Talk: How to Properly Communicate with Surety Firms

By: Todd Feuerman

This article was originally published online by Construction Executive. For many contractors — whether they perform on construction projects for private companies or local, state or federal agencies — bonding lines can be their lifeblood. A contractor’s ability to develop... Continue Reading
What To Do When You Believe You Have Suffered Lost Profits

By: Zachary Reichenbach and Bradford Muir

This article was originally published online by Construction Executive. When business owners take on a contract, they are also taking on the risk that there might be issues with the agreement. Usually, the contract process will go according to plan... Continue Reading
Two-Part Not-For-Profit Webinar Series
Baltimore – Ellin & Tucker, the mid-Atlantic’s leading public accounting and business consulting firm, announced that Jessica Kuhn, David Schriver and Michael Strauss have been selected to co-present in the firm’s first not-for-profit two-part webinar series. Jessica Kuhn, manager, and David... Continue Reading
The New Lease Accounting Standard and Re-visiting the Lease vs. Buy Decision

By: Bryan Porter

In February 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update No. 2016-02: the new lease accounting standard. By now, many private companies have considered the impact the new standard will have on financial reporting beginning in calendar... Continue Reading
More Jobs for Marylanders Means More Tax Benefits

By: Michael Cirangle

During 2017, Maryland passed the “More Jobs for Marylanders Act” of 2017, which specifically seeks to incentivize manufacturers to make capital and workforce investments in Maryland. The Act is part of Governor Hogan’s effort to boost the growth of manufacturing... Continue Reading
Meals and Entertainment: Eat and Be Merry

By: Patrick St. Clair

One of the less celebrated changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was the removal of the entertainment portion of the meals and entertainment deduction. However, two big questions remained unanswered: how does the IRS define... Continue Reading
Not-For-Profit Financial Statement Changes: Expense Allocations

Information supplied by: Jessica Kuhn

Financial Statement changes are quickly approaching for Not-For-Profit organizations. Effective for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2017, not-for-profits will now be required to report all expenses on both a natural and functional classification basis. This is a significant departure... Continue Reading
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