Month: November 2022
Some credits and deductions are going, others are staying, and more than a few are still up in the air. We break down what you should know heading into tax season.
What’s your year-end tax strategy? We break down what individuals and businesses can do now to maximize savings, avoid future tax hikes, and take advantage of opportunities while they’re still here.
A wave of new leasing accounting standards is pushing companies to report millions of dollars in leases on their balance sheets—expenses that, under prior guidelines, were often left off balance sheets and reported as footnotes in corporate financial statements. In this article, we’ll discuss how the standards impact supply-chain businesses, and how you can stay compliant.
Each time a business plans to invest in new equipment – management must make a decision: Should we buy the new asset or lease it? That decision’s important for a number of reasons. We’re talking about a significant investment of capital with far-reaching consequences; whether you buy or lease will impact your short-term and long-term finances, as well as future investments. So… should you buy or lease? The answer isn’t as clear-cut as you might think.