May 15, 2017 | Jeanette Tolar

​Selling in Wyoming? You Might Have to Start Filing There

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has signed legislation requiring any seller without physical presence in the state to begin filing sales tax returns in certain circumstances. Read on »

May 15, 2017

WannaCry Global Cyberattack Protection

​You may have heard about the “WannaCry” cyberattack that began on Friday, May 12, which has been found in more than 150 countries and affected more than 230,000 computers, including many at major U.S. corporations and government agencies. But do you know what you should be doing to protect yourself and your organization? Read on »

May 10, 2017 | Jeanette Tolar, Mary Jo Zuelsdorf and Maya Smith

​Colorado Court Rules on Economic Presence for Nexus and Alternative Apportionment

On January 27, 2017, a Colorado district court held that physical presence is not needed for income tax nexus and that “economic presence” alone is sufficient to trigger an income tax filing obligation in Colorado. Read on »

May 9, 2017 | Adam Cerullo

​The Cognos Backdoor: Restore System Administrator Rights to your IBM Cognos Environment

In 10 years as an IBM Cognos system administrator for a large agricultural company and now as a senior consultant at EKS&H, I’ve learned a couple of dos and don’ts when installing Cognos. For example, don’t remove everyone from the systems administrators group until you have added yourself to that group. Read on »

May 9, 2017 | Joe Mudd

Optimizing Your UNICAP Method

In 1986, Congress enacted the uniform capitalization (UNICAP) rules, a comprehensive body of tax law setting forth whether, when, and how otherwise deductible costs are to be capitalized into inventory. The crux of the UNICAP rules is to ensure that taxpayers are properly including inventory overhead costs in their capitalizable inventories.  Read on »

May 8, 2017

​EKS&H Partner Theresa McDowell Shares 401(k) Management Advice

Theresa McDowell, who leads the Employee Benefit Plan (EBP) audit practice at EKS&H, shares valuable advice on 401(k) management and how to reduce the risk of an audit in a recent issue of the Colorado Nursery and Greenhouse Association’s magazine, LooseLeaf.  Read on »

May 5, 2017

Trump Administration Releases Much-Anticipated Tax Reform Principles

On April 26, the Trump administration released its roadmap for the president’s highly touted tax reform plan. The one-page proposal is being billed as the “biggest individual and business tax cut in American history.” Read on »

May 5, 2017 | Patrick McFarlen

Business Transition Planning: What, Why, Who, When, and How

In this series of blog posts, we explore the personal and business considerations involved in a successful business transition. In this first post, let’s look at some initial questions you should ask to build a transition plan that will achieve your sale goals. Read on »

May 4, 2017 | Edward Kim and Kreg Brown

Why Now Should Be the Time to Act: Employee Compensation and Benefits for Manufacturing Companies

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the manufacturing sector’s employment continues its growth since 2010 to more than 12 million individuals. In fact, the BLS’s key employment indicator recently increased to 65.4 (its highest level since November 2014). Any value above 50 indicates net job gains. Read on »

May 3, 2017

Colorado Supreme Court Rules Online Travel Companies Must Collect Denver Lodger Tax

​The Colorado Supreme Court held on April 24 in a 4-3 decision that online travel companies (OTCs), such as Expedia, Orbitz, Priceline, and Travelocity, must collect and remit Denver’s lodger tax on the price charged by the OTC to their consumers rather than the discounted rate the OTCs paid to the hotels.  Read on »

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