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PA Opportunity Zones

Our professionals provide personalized solutions designed to fit your individual needs from requirements, strategy, to filing forms.

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Revenue Recognition from Contracts with Customers

In May 2014, the new revenue recognition standard (Accounting Standards Update No. 2014-09) was introduced. There have been various amendments since 2014 to provide additional clarification to the standard.

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Pennsylvania Imposes New Withholding Requirements on Businesses

New requirements involving withholding on non-employee compensation and lease payments which will require operational changes for many organizations.

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Meals and Entertainment Changes for Businesses in 2018

Businesses and employers need to be aware of the new rules as they plan their 2018 meals and entertainment budgets.

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Three Exit Planning Strategies For Closely Held Companies

What can closely-held companies do to ensure a seamless transition that will maximize wealth and ensure the longevity of the business?

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Nontax Challenges and Resulting Strategies for Family

Family businesses are essential to today's business landscape. The challenges faced by today's family businesses are perhaps greater than ever.

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Basic Estate Information and Timetable

Estate planning can be a timely and frustrating process. Creating and following a timeline will assure your objectives and priorities come to fruition.

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Fraud Policy Sample

The corporate fraud policy is established to facilitate the development of controls that will aid in the detection and prevention of fraud against a corporation.

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EITC at a Glance

There are many detailed guidelines for the EITC program, different requirements for some educational organizations, and specific rules for earning EITC credits.

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