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Pros and Cons of a BYOD Work Environment

Pros and Cons of a BYOD Work Environment Once upon a time, employers had absolute control over technology. They provided employees with the equipment needed to do their jobs, including cell phones and personal computers. They also replaced and supported…

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IRS Answers Questions about the Affordable Care Act

At this point, most employers understand the basics of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) but they may still have questions about many of its details. The IRS recently issued a series of Q&As to help answer some specifics around the…

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Equity Crowdfunding Could Affect Private Business Values

Equity Crowdfunding Could Affect Private Business Values Equity crowdfunding has been touted as a promising growth opportunity for private businesses under the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. In theory, it allows for a wider pool of investors with…

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Foreign Investors and U.S. Real Estate Considerations

Foreign Investors and U.S. Real Estate Considerations By Mark Chaves, CPA Over the last several years, much has been written and observed about increasing numbers of foreign investors purchasing U.S. real estate. For many of these investors, this decision has…

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Business Sale: Who Owns Professional Goodwill?

Business Sale: Who Owns Professional Goodwill? When a professional corporation sells its assets or liquidates, one important tax issue is whether the corporation or the shareholder-employees own any appreciated professional goodwill (with a fair market value in excess of tax…

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Squeeze More Out of a Company SEP

If you want a retirement plan for your small company or self-employed business — but you don’t want to be buried in paperwork — consider a simplified employee pension plan or SEP. Among the appealing advantages: SEPs are set up…

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Speed Up Payment on Receivables

Speed Up Payment on Receivables Receivables don’t have much value if they aren’t turned into cash. Your company really needs to keep tight control on its invoices outstanding so you can get an accurate picture of the receivables situation and…

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Tax Planning for a Home in the Event of Divorce

Tax Planning for a Home in the Event of Divorce For many people, the federal home sale gain exclusion is the single most valuable tax break available. But if you’re getting divorced and selling a home, you may need to…

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