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Setting Up a Successful Real Esate Partnership E&T 2019

By: Bev Jenkins

The following article appeared in the March 15, 2019 edition of the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Journal. As real estate partnerships begin, evolve and ultimately dissolve, far too many involved parties lose track of assets, allocations and debt. It is crucial... Continue Reading

By: Jared Rosen and Stephanie McGuire

2019 is off to a great start for private companies dealing with the complexities of variable interest entities (VIE). New guidance from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) provides an alternative to private companies to not apply VIE guidance to... Continue Reading

By: Dan Thrailkill

This article was originally published online for Accounting Today and can be found here: The Nuances of the 20% Deduction For Pass-Through Business Income. When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed in a whirlwind vote at the end... Continue Reading
Tax Update: Parking Deduction Changes

Information supplied by: Patrick St. Clair, Lisa Dembeck, Kim Wilhelm and Michael Strauss

We’ve all been waiting with bated breath for the IRS to begin providing guidance on how some of the more minute changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs act will be interpreted. Earlier this month we finally received some clarity... Continue Reading
Changes to Revenue Recognition for Corporations

Featuring: David Schriver and Zach Bromwell

Thanks to technology, we live in a world where even small businesses can operate in an increasingly global economy. Because of this, the accounting world has been working for years to create a succinct international standard for how to recognize... Continue Reading
Preparing for the Workforce of Tomorrow

By: Michael Strauss

As we experience technological advances today at a pace that far exceeds anything we have seen in modern history, many ponder the question of how technology will change their business. Business owners may ask themselves: What technology should I invest... 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

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