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May 30, 2018 | Kreg Brown

Making the Most of the New Tax Rules

The outlook for manufacturers so far in 2018 has been improved by a number of provisions from the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which could mean greater investment in everything from automation to data capabilities.  Read on »

May 14, 2018 | Bruce Nelson

From the Desk of Bruce Nelson: Can You Build and Sell a House at Retail?

Properly understanding the application of sales and use tax to construction contractors requires some historical background, an appreciation of the theoretical underpinnings of sales and use tax, some sympathy for human inconsistencies, and more than a little patience. Read on »

May 10, 2018 | Joanne Baginski

A Cybersafe Portfolio is Critical to Protecting Your PE Investment

From Equifax to Facebook, cybersecurity incidents are constantly in the news. This pervasive problem is not reserved, however, for household names. It also hits middle-market companies and their customers hard, often without generating big headlines.  Read on »

May 8, 2018 | Joanne Baginski

Getting the Deal Done: 4 Assessments That Can Help Ensure a Successful Merger

As merger-and-acquisition activity becomes increasingly competitive, buyers are demanding that a comprehensive capabilities assessment around people, processes and systems be part of their due-diligence process. Read on »

April 16, 2018 | Angela Appleby

General Data Protection Regulation: a Primer

Are you ready for the EU General Data Protection Regulation? Passed in 2016 with implementation in May 2018, it is probably the most prescriptive and far-reaching privacy law or regulation ever adopted.  Read on »

March 30, 2018

Top Six Tax Risks for Your Nonprofit Website

Your website can inadvertently create tax risks for your organization. Here are a a few basic guidelines that can help webmasters recognize potential risks and bring them to the attention of management. Read on »

March 30, 2018 | Shane Brown

How an ESOP Can Help Construction Company Owners Sell Well

Retiring owners of construction companies are discovering that setting up employee stock ownership plans can fund a good retirement and preserve the owner’s legacy. Is an ESPOP in your future? Read on »

March 26, 2018 | Bruce Nelson

From the Desk of Bruce Nelson: Contractor Confusion in Colorado

While the Colorado sales tax generally applies to retail sales of tangible personal property and select services, recent Department of Revenue (DOR) guidance has led to uncertainty on the question of whether the tax can be levied on a house. And that’s only the beginning of the issues surrounding construction work in the state. Read on »

March 23, 2018 | Diane Kirk

Change is Coming – Leases and Your Financial Statements

The accounting lease rules as we know them change drastically in 2019 for public companies and 2020 for private companies. The change will provide a more faithful representation of the rights and obligations arising from lease transactions. Read on »

March 22, 2018 | Ben Milius

Four Financial Management Tools to Help Improve Your Manufacturing Operations

Financial tools position accounting and finance executives to strategically support the operations of manufacturing and distribution companies. In this article, EKS&H Audit Senior Manager Ben Milius discusses four basic financial management tools that financial leaders should consider using. Read on »

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