Apr 30, 2018
PICPA members have mentioned to me that international tax can be interesting, challenging, and exciting. They want to learn more about it. Patrick J. McCormick, a principal with Drucker & Scaccetti in Philadelphia, explains the main tax considerations for foreign businesses operating in the United States and vice versa.
Apr 23, 2018
As Walter White found out on Breaking Bad, half measures can be bad for business. That’s why Michael F. Cade, CPA, CGMA, a strategy consultant and executive coach for MFCCoach LLC in Morrisville, Pa., encourages board members of both for-profits and not-for-profits to execute a clear, authoritative vision when...
Apr 19, 2018
The effect of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on corporate tax rates has been heavily covered. But what impact will it have on some of the more nuanced parts of business life, such as employee benefits and asset purchases? In a preview of his article in the upcoming Federal Tax Reform Guide presented by the Pennsylvania CPA...
Apr 16, 2018
Implementation of the new laws and regulations brought about by federal tax reform will be a major undertaking for the largest of firms. Imagine how much of an undertaking it is going to be for smaller firms and sole practitioners! In a preview of his article in the upcoming Federal Tax Reform Guide presented by...
Apr 9, 2018
Enterprise performance management: what is it, why is it so important for organizations, and what role can CFOs play in leveraging it for the benefit of their organizations. To get the answers to these questions, we spoke to Gary Cokins, founder and CEO of Analytics-Based Performance Management LLC in Cary, N.C.