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December 1, 2016 | Eddie Kuehne

Five Signs You’ve Outgrown Excel

You know you've outgrown Excel when... Read on »

November 23, 2016 | Lawrence Knutson

Year-end Tax Planning: Lowering Your Tax Liability Through Cost Segregation

If your company owns or develops real estate, a cost segregation study can be a powerful tool in lowering your federal and state tax liability and increasing cash flow. Read on »

November 16, 2016 | Ann Hinkins

How Nonprofit Board Members Can Become Fundraising Champions

Effective boards are critical for keeping a nonprofit organization grounded, helping set expectations, and developing mission. But what is often overlooked is the importance of board members’ impact on fundraising. Read on »

November 7, 2016 | Patrick McFarlen

​Valuation – The Dividend Discount Model: What to do with a Company that Pays Excess Distributions

The CFA Institute defines the Dividend Discount Model as a present value model of stock value that views the intrinsic value of a stock as present value of the stock’s expected future dividends. In this post EKS&H Consulting Partner Patrick McFarlen explains the model in a case study. Read on »

November 7, 2016 | Josh Billiard

The Three Cs (and More): What Contractors Can Do Now to Get Bonding Later

For certain construction projects a contractor's bond is necessary. Meeting the requirements for a bond can take time, so construction company owners and managers should think about bonding long before the bidding process starts. Read on »

October 27, 2016 | Patrick McFarlen

Business Valuation at EKS&H Part 8 - the Binomial Lattice Model

In this final post of the EKS&H valuation theory series, ​Lead Valuation Partner Patrick McFarlen talks about the Binomial Lattice Model. Read on »

October 5, 2016 | Dan Domagala

Minimizing Cybersecurity Risk Part 8 – Organizational Awareness

The final installment of this eight-part series on cybersecurity focuses on your most important weapon in the war against cyber-attacks: your people. Read on »

September 20, 2016 | Dan Domagala

Minimizing Cybersecurity Risk Part 7 – Have a Response Plan

​Cybersecurity professionals like to say it’s no longer a question of if you will suffer a breach — it’s now a question of when. Of course it still makes sense to take preventative measures to minimize your risk, but it is equally important to have a plan in place to swiftly and decisively respond to a breach. In this post, EKS&H Consulting Senior Manager Dan Domagala outlines important considerations for creating and updating your cybersecurity breach response plan. Read on »

September 14, 2016 | Michael Fitzgerald

IRS Temporary Regulations May Permanently Impact Manufacturers

Companies that outsource part or all of their manufacturing will want to pay particular attention to several proposed and temporary regulations which are likely to affect deductions for oil-related activities, production and construction definitions, film licensing, and changing which party is eligible for the deduction when property is produced on behalf of another. Read on »

September 12, 2016 | Dan Domagala

Minimizing Cybersecurity Risk Part 6 - Monitoring

​Actively monitoring your network for anomalies or suspicious activity is another preventative action in the ongoing cybersecurity battle. Most modern servers and administration consoles spew out a stream of logs—the challenge is to sift through this torrent of data and focus on potential warnings or critical alerts. Read on »

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