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Do you ever feel like you just never seem to have any cash on hand? Is your cash leaving the business as quickly as it comes in? Take a few minutes to get a better understanding of your cash flow and review the controls you have in place over cash.
How management monitors employee expenses whether using reimbursement method or company credit cards is a key internal control of the business. There are some pros and cons for both options and they have slightly different nuances when it comes to monitoring the controls over these expenditures.
Many businesses use a calendar year as their company’s tax year. It’s intuitive and aligns with most owners’ personal returns, making it about as simple as anything involving taxes can be. But for some businesses, choosing a fiscal tax year can make more sense.
Olsen Thielen is happy to announce that one of our Tax Principals, Scott Hoyles, has been awarded the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) designation from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
It can be easy for us to put off key estate planning issues but often waiting until an unforeseen event like a family death or sickness can prove too late. Estate planning helps to preserve the assets you worked hard to accumulate during your life and make sure they go
Rental losses are subject to the rules under IRC 469. These losses can be limited or suspended based on a taxpayer’s income and participation. There are exceptions to these rules for taxpayers that qualifying as Real Estate Professionals by satisfying certain requirements.
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