February 12, 2018

Stepping into the Future: Western U.S. Construction Company Upgrades ERP for Mission-Critical Implementation

GH Phipps is a 65-year-old construction company experiencing continued growth serves Colorado and surrounding states. A strategic objective for 2017 was upgrading the organization’s outdated enterprise resource planning software (ERP). GH Phipps turned to EKS&H for this critical project based on the company’s understanding of the construction industry and experience in the adoption and implementation of complex ERPs.  Read on »

February 12, 2018 | Chris Otto

Five Strategies Every Manufacturer Should Rethink in 2018

According to the 2018 National Manufacturing Outlook and Insights report a majority of manufacturing companies are optimistic about the economy, sales growth potential, and their specific manufacturing sectors. Issues of concern include labor shortages, competition, and cybersecurity. Read on »

February 5, 2018 | Mike Fitzgerald and Brent Hendricks

8 Tax Questions Every Manufacturer Should Ask Their CPA to Ensure They are Minimizing the Tax Burden

Savvy manufacturers are always looking for ways to increase revenue and minimize costs. One of the biggest cost factors is taxes, but identifying all possible credits and deductions can be tricky. Read on »

February 2, 2018 | Michael De Prima

IRS Provides Continuity of Interest Safe Harbor for Reorganizations

The IRS has released a Revenue Procedure (Rev. Proc. 2018-12, 2018-6 IRB) providing a safe harbor that taxpayers may use to value stock in a reorganization for purposes of determining whether the continuity of interest (COI) requirement under Treas. Reg. §1.368-1(e) is satisfied. The safe harbor is welcome guidance for taxpayers entering into a potential reorganization given the confusion and potential pitfalls involved when structuring a transaction to meet the COI requirement. Read on »

February 1, 2018 | Bruce Nelson

From the Desk of Bruce Nelson: Doing Business in Colorado — A Nexus Quagmire

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a taxpayer doing business in Colorado must be in want of serious help. Sales and use tax compliance is more difficult here than in any other state. Why? The answer is simple. Within the state of Colorado, there are hundreds of different taxing jurisdictions.  Read on »

February 1, 2018 | Gabriel Cisneros

​Why You Should Always Opt-in to Two-Factor Authentication

In our last tech tip, we shared information to help end users improve their password security. The next level of defense is two-factor authentication, which is the process of verifying you are who you say you are by using something you have or something you are (as opposed to something you know, like a password).  Read on »

February 1, 2018 | EKS&H Technical Accounting and Advisory Group

Audit Committee Update Newsletter - Year-End 2017

The Audit Committee Update Newsletter is a quarterly publication from EKS&H’s Technical Accounting and Auditing Group. In this newsletter, we highlight some important 2017 year-end issues facing audit committees.  Read on »

February 1, 2018 | EKS&H Technical Accounting and Advisory Group

​Accounting and Financial Reporting Developments for Private Companies Year-End Update 2017

This newsletter provides a summary of some of the more important year-end 2017 accounting and financial reporting activities for private companies.  The content is not meant to be all inclusive.  Read on »

February 1, 2018 | EKS&H Technical Accounting and Advisory Group

Accounting, Financial Reporting and Regulatory Developments for Public Companies Year-End Update 2017

This newsletter provides a summary of some of the more important year-end 2017 accounting, financial reporting, and regulatory activities for public companies. Read on »

January 31, 2018 | Chris Otto

Strategically Confident: Colorado Manufacturers See Both Opportunities and Challenges for Business Success in 2018

Going into 2018, Colorado manufacturers have many reasons to be optimistic. The overall economy remains robust, and the state continues to be strong in manufacturing. However, according to the 2018 National Manufacturing Outlook and Insights report, based on a survey conducted by EKS&H in conjunction with Leading Edge Alliance, leaders’ positive outlooks are tempered by some ongoing barriers. Here is a closer look at findings in the report, possible explanations of the outcomes, and suggestions to help manufacturers make smart decisions in 2018.  Read on »

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