December 14, 2017 | Michael DePrima

IRS Announces 11 Additional Audit Campaigns with a Focus on International Tax Issues

On November 3, the IRS’s Large Business and International (LB&I) division announced the selection of 11 more campaigns in carrying out its issue-based examination effort. The new campaigns are in addition to the 13 campaigns announced in January 2017. The new campaigns reinforce the IRS’s emphasis on ferreting out noncompliance in the international arena. Read on »

December 8, 2017

Two EKS&H Experts Included in 2017-18 Who’s Who in Energy List

Each year Denver Business Journal recognizes the movers and shakers of metro Denver’s energy industry. This year that list includes two energy experts from EKS&H: Phil Doty and Judy Cain. Read on »

December 7, 2017 | Joanne Baginski

New Revenue and Leasing Rules Could Be Far-reaching

The rules for revenue recognition and lease accounting are about to change. For many businesses, the standards that inform crucial metrics that private equity professionals use to judge the performance and valuation of portfolio companies may be affected. Read on »

December 6, 2017

​EKS&H Tax Partner Jeff Watkins Receives Philanthropic Leadership Award from The Denver Foundation

On November 14, The Denver Foundation held its annual Philanthropic Leadership Awards ceremony at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Jeff Watkins, tax partner at EKS&H, was among the four honorees for his work in estate and charitable planning.  Read on »

December 4, 2017

EKS&H Facilities Manager Darci Baldwin Shares Best Practices for a Successful Office Move (Denver Business Journal)

The Denver Business Journal recently featured EKS&H as part of its “DBJ Offices” series. Read on »

December 1, 2017 | Dan Domagala

Why More Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Should Consider a “Technology Broker”

As technology continues to evolve at an exponential rate, it becomes increasingly difficult for businesses and entities to keep pace. Innovative technology is a disruptive force in a competitive business environment — but how can organizations effectively invest in this tremendous opportunity while avoiding the technical dead-ends and failures that too frequently doom big technology projects? Read on »

December 1, 2017 | Gabriel Cisneros

Three Reasons Why Small and Medium-sized Businesses Fail at Cybersecurity — and What They Can Do About It

This year, there have already been a series of major cyberattacks taking advantage of IT vulnerabilities within businesses across the U.S. and abroad. The unfortunate truth is that there isn’t a place, industry, business, or organization that’s immune to attack.  Read on »

November 30, 2017 | Chris Otto

Innovation in Manufacturing: Don’t Forget Existing People, Processes, and Products When Seeking to Increase Profits and Grow

One day after Apple announced its new iPhone X with its edge-to-edge display and futuristic features, a ghost from the past re-emerged. On its 80th birthday and a decade after halting production of analog cameras, Polaroid announced it is bringing back its most famous instant camera, the OneStep, in addition to producing new film. Read on »

November 30, 2017 | John Murphy and Joe Puglia

Staying Ahead of the Curve: Mitigating Manufacturing Risks in 2017 and Beyond

Manufacturers have always operated with a certain level of risk. While that continues today and will always be the case in one form or another, what has changed are the specific types of risks that manufacturers face, as well as some of the strategies for managing those risks. Read on »

November 20, 2017

EKS&H Audit Partner Ryan Sells Describes Changes to Accounting Profession (Bloomberg BNA)

In an article by Todd Cheney posted on the Bloomberg BNA Accounting Blog on November 14, 2017, that explains how the profession will rapidly transform in the future, EKS&H Partner Ryan Sells highlights the impact of computing on traditional accounting functions. Read on »

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