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You’d be hard pressed to find a business today that doesn’t have laptop computers listed among its assets.
As we head toward the gift-giving season, you may be considering giving gifts of cash or securities to your loved ones.
Many business owners ask: How can I avoid an IRS audit? The good news is that the odds against being audited are in your favor.
Business assets are generally reported at the lower of cost or market value.
Who would defraud a kids’ organization? The answer, unfortunately, is that trusted adults sometimes steal from not-for-profits benefiting children.
Autumn brings falling leaves and … the gridiron.
You may have Series EE savings bonds that were bought many years ago. Perhaps you store them in a file cabinet or safe deposit box and rarely think about them.
These days, most businesses need a website to remain competitive. It’s an easy decision to set one up and maintain it.
Audited financial statements come with a special bonus: a “management letter” that recommends ways to improve your business.