Accounting Methods: Private Companies Have Options
Different companies have different financial reporting needs. Is your current accounting method a good fit, or is it time for a change?
The manufacturing and distribution industries are experiencing revolutionary change. From the growing adoption of cloud-based technology and 3-D printing to digitization strategies to speed the pace of innovation, the next generation of manufacturing is here.
At the same time, manufacturing companies are affected by economic and policy decisions, such as changes under tax reform, increasing tariffs, and the challenge of finding skilled labor. The partner-led manufacturing services team at Lumsden McCormick understands the unique challenges you are facing. Our team of professionals, who concentrate their practice in manufacturing and distribution, understand changing industry trends and challenges, and team members participate in ongoing, specialized training.
Our client experience includes a wide array of manufacturing specialties including food processing, custom fabrication, advanced manufacturing, and large equipment. As a result, we have the expertise to assist you with all aspects of your manufacturing operations, from meetings with lenders to implementing costing systems. We continually seek tax compliance and optimization by evaluating allowable income reporting options and maximizing available credits.
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The executive branch is looking to increase revenue for the IRS. Translation: expect to see an increase in the number of IRS audits being performed, including industries not traditionally targeted.Learn More
The accounting for leases is changing significantly. The required implementation of FASB ASC 842 will mandate that most leases are included on the balance sheet as a right-of-use asset, with a corresponding lease liability. The new standard will impact nearly all commercial businesses and nonprofit organizations and is effective for annual reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2021.Learn More