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Fine-Tuning Your Company’s Compensation Strategy

Fine-Tuning Your Company’s Compensation Strategy

Posted by on July 05, 2017

Are you happy with your company’s approach to compensation? More important, are your employees? It may be time for an adjustment to ensure you’re providing equitable compensation.

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Respecting Auditor Independence

Respecting Auditor Independence

Posted by on July 03, 2017

Independence is a critical part of an auditor’s ethical requirements, one that we take seriously. Here’s an overview of independence guidance from the SEC. Similar rules apply to private company auditors.

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Why Business Owners Should Regularly Upgrade Their Accounting Software

Why Business Owners Should Regularly Upgrade Their Accounting Software

Posted by Timothy Bubar on June 28, 2017

Accounting systems are like tires - they all go flat eventually. Business owners should be prepared to upgrade this software on a regular basis. There are at least two good reasons for doing so.

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The New York Paid Family Leave Law Weekly Contribution Rate Set

The New York Paid Family Leave Law Weekly Contribution Rate Set

Posted by Sherry DelleBovi, Stephanie Wilkinson on June 09, 2017

On June 1, 2017 the New York State Department of Financial Services announced the amount of the weekly contribution rate for employees pursuant to the New York Paid Family Leave Act (PFLA). 

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Benchmarking Receivables

Benchmarking Receivables

Posted by Kathleen Strobele on May 23, 2017

Here’s the skinny on receivables ratios, including how they’re computed and sources of potential benchmarking data. 

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Consider Key Person Insurance as a Succession Plan Safeguard

Consider Key Person Insurance as a Succession Plan Safeguard

Posted by Bryan Staniszewski on May 23, 2017

As you formulate and adjust your succession plan, your insurance policies can serve as a critical safeguard.

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Implementation of New Uniform Guidance Requirements on Procurement Policies and Procedures Delayed

Implementation of New Uniform Guidance Requirements on Procurement Policies and Procedures Delayed

Posted by Sara Dayton on May 19, 2017

The New York State Government Finance Officers’ Association (NYS GFOA) released this timely bulletin which details the OMB’s delayed implementation of new procurement policies and procedures.  

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Cooking the Books: Common Fraud Schemes and How to Avoid Them

Cooking the Books: Common Fraud Schemes and How to Avoid Them

Posted by on May 02, 2017

On average, a company is likely to lose more money from a scheme in which the financial statements are falsified or manipulated than from any other type of occupational fraud incident. Here’s what’s at stake when employees “cook the books.”

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BDO Knows: Federal Tax • April 2017

BDO Knows: Federal Tax • April 2017

Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on April 30, 2017

BDO Knows: Federal Tax is available through our affiliation with BDO Alliance USA. 

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The Ins-and-Outs of Deducting Legal Expenses

The Ins-and-Outs of Deducting Legal Expenses

Posted by on April 26, 2017

Legal expenses incurred by individuals are typically not deductible under the federal income tax rules.

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