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By: Anna Isaacs Don’t panic, a cooperative spirit can result in a favorable outcome. When a business is chosen for a tax audit, it’s Meyer Wolman’s job to tell them what’s next.  In this article by The Daily Record, Wolman... Continue Reading
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By: Todd Feuerman

In today’s economy, there isn’t room for contractors to bid jobs incorrectly. Contractors should attempt to gather pricing information where they can. Once bids are opened and communi-cated to the public, contractors can use the bid spread to determine how... Continue Reading
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By: Bryan Porter

By: Brian Porter & Todd Feuerman The value that a construction accountant can provide is often misunderstood and encompasses much more than just filing taxes. A quality accountant is a business partner who provides sound financial advice and helps the... Continue Reading
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By: Stephanie McGuire

Benefit plan documents should be reviewed regularly with the plan’s third-party administrator. While a plan’s TPA can assist employers in meeting regulatory requirements, it is important to define the roles and responsibilities of the plan sponsor, who is ultimately responsible... Continue Reading
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By: Todd Feuerman

The banking crisis and economic recession have created a new playing field for construction firms in which margins are extremely tight, bid lists are expansive, larger and non-local contractors are entering unchartered territories and construction firms are trying to identify... Continue Reading
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Recommended By: John Coppola

Often times not-for-profit organizations don’t have adequate resources to devote to an enterprise risk management (ERM) system.  This article from the Journal of Accountancy discusses ways for these organizations to gain value from risk management. Click here to read “Six... Continue Reading
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) requires most individuals (including children and other dependents) to carry health insurance, beginning January 1, 2014. The law also requires the establishment of a health insurance exchange in all states by October... Continue Reading
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By: Zachary Reichenbach, CPA/ABV Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, addressing the public after a two-day meeting with the Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC), signaled to the markets an optimistic and expansionary shift in monetary policy. Economists eagerly awaited... Continue Reading
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