Low interest rates and other factors have caused global merger and acquisition (M&A) activity to reach new highs in 2021, according to Refinitiv, a provider of fin
Timely financial data is key to making informed business decisions.
Whether your not-for-profit is continuing to hold videoconference board meetings or is back to in-person gatherings, you don’t want to waste members’ time.
For many small businesses, the grand reopening is still on hold.
Given the escalating cost of health care, there may be a more cost-effective way to pay for it.
If you use an automobile in your trade or business, you may wonder how depreciation tax deductions are determined.
Related-party transactions and financial connections are a normal part of operating a business.
Watch out, nonprofit trade associations! If your group is a 501(c)(6) organization, your activities could potentially threaten your tax-exempt status.
The U.S. economy has been nothing short of a roller-coaster ride for the past year and a half.
Many homeowners across the country have seen their home values increase recently.
The week of September 13-17 has been declared National Small Business Week by the Small Business Administration.
In the first half of 2021, there was a surge in financial restatements.
You might think that artificial intelligence (AI) is just about using computers to perform complex tasks that otherwise would require human intelligence.
Commercial loans, particularly small business loans, have been in the news over the past year or so.
As we approach the holidays and the end of the year, many people may want to make gifts of cash or stock to their loved ones.
A business may be able to claim a federal income tax deduction for a theft loss. But does embezzlement count as theft?
Many companies have resumed some level of business-related travel and entertainment (T&E) activities — or they plan to do so this fall.
Accountable plans reimburse employees for work-related expenses free of federal income and employment taxes.
For many small to midsize businesses, spending money on marketing calls for a leap of faith that the benefits will outweigh the costs.