Month: February 2011

Anita W. Sherman Featured in Indiana Minority Business Magazine

In honor of March being Women’s History Month, Anita Sherman, CPA, Managing Partner of Greenwalt CPAs has been selected as one of four women featured in the First Quarter 2011 issue, titled “Transcending Businesses – A Look at Four Hoosier Women Excelling in Various Fields,” in Indiana Minority Business Magazine. The article states how women […]

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Parlaying the Power of Paralegals

by Jim Wagoner, CPA | Partner, Director of Professional Services Team Law firms across the United States remain under clouds of economic uncertainty, making some attorneys eager to keep busy and prove their worth. Sometimes, though, these attorneys are undermining firm profitability by doing work that’s better left to paralegals and creating a ripple effect […]

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Important Facts About the New Estate Tax Law Which You Need to Know

by Larry Greenwalt, CPA and Marie Jett, CPA If you have been following our newsletters, you are aware that the new estate tax law raised each individual’s lifetime exemption to $5,000,000. Less understood by many is the fact that under old law, each person was limited to a lifetime exemption of only $1,000,000 before incurring […]

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Policies on Business vs. Personal Auto Usage

Marie Jett, CPA | Member of the Tax Services Group There are a few options that employers have available to them in order to account for vehicles used in business. The following methods and policies describe the options available to an employer.

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2012 Mandatory Withholding on Government Contracts

Brandon Cook, CPA | Manager, Tax Services Group and Team Member of the Construction Services Group 317.241.2999 | bcook@greenwaltcpas.com Back in March of 2009 I wrote my first article on this topic. At that time, not very many professionals or clients were aware of a tiny inclusion buried in the Tax Prevention and Reconciliation Act […]

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2012 Mandatory Withholding on Government Contracts

Brandon Cook, CPA | Manager, Tax Services Group and Team Member of the Construction Services Group Back in March of 2009 I wrote my first article on this topic. At that time, not very many professionals or clients were aware of a tiny inclusion buried in the Tax Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005. Section […]

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