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Certain partnerships with 100 or fewer eligible partners may affirmatively elect out of the new partnership audit provisions and instead, apply the previous audit rules. To do this, the partnership may make an annual “opt-out” election with their timely filed... Continue Reading
On Wednesday, March 8th at 3:00pm, Ellin & Tucker’s Directors of the firm’s Construction Services Group, Bryan Porter and Todd Feuerman, will be presenting “Maximizing Financial Reporting to Secure Financing” as a part of Construction Financial Management Associations’ (CFMA) education... Continue Reading

By: Renee Collins, CPA and Bryan Porter, CPA, MS

It is common practice for construction companies to obtain an annual audit of their financial statement for borrowing, bonding and governance purposes. While the audit may seem like a routine accounting expense, it is important to understand how a quality... Continue Reading
Recommended by: Jerry Beard In the continuing efforts to reduce the payment of fraudulent refunds, the Internal Revenue Service and the state revenue agencies are requiring W-2 information be submitted by January 31.  This means the W-2 information will be... Continue Reading

By: Michael Cirangle

As the construction industry returns to prerecession levels, CFMs should prepare for increased IRS scrutiny of their selected tax accounting methods and deductions. From reasonable compensation issues to application of accounting methods for exempt and non-exempt contracts, CFMs need to... Continue Reading

By: Private: Carl Kampel

The U.S. has just bounced back from one of the most turbulent economic periods in recent memory. The financial industry teetered on the brink of catastrophe and needed a massive bailout from the federal government. This resulted in consolidation of... Continue Reading

By: Michael Strauss

and Travis Klein

It’s no secret that office spaces in Greater Baltimore are changing. Gone are the days of offices with large file rooms; high cubicle dividers; stuffy, closed offices; and dark hallways. Open-plan work spaces, industrial warehouse conversions, and “live, work, play”... Continue Reading

By: Stephanie McGuire

In February 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued the long awaited new standard on lease accounting. As we start digesting the 485-page standard, this series of articles will break down the major areas of change for companies with leasing... Continue Reading

By: Bryan Porter

Financial reporting for privately held construction firms has become increasingly difficult and time-consuming for executive management teams. The Private Company Council (PCC) is an advisory body to the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), which is responsible for setting generally accepted... Continue Reading

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