Month: August 2011

When Does Sponsorship Income Become Advertising?

by John Keller, CPA and Amanda Meko, CPA | Team Members of the Not-for-Profit Services Group Sponsorships can be mutually beneficial to both the organization and its sponsor. The organization gets funding for its event while the sponsor can use the event as a platform to gain more public exposure. The sponsor can have its […]

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Is Your Company Eligible for the Hoosier Business Investment Tax Credit?

by Melissa Merrick and Marie Jett, CPA | Team Members of the Tax Services Group and the Manufacturing & Distribution Services Group The Indiana Department of Revenue offers numerous tax deductions and credits. One such tax credit is the Hoosier Business Investment Tax Credit. Taxpayers are eligible for this credit when making qualified investments to […]

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Significant Changes in Lease Accounting

by Amanda Meko, CPA | Partner, Director of the Audit & Other Assurance Services Group Many businesses enter into lease arrangements. Think about lease arrangements your company has. You probably lease office equipment, like a copier and a postage meter. You may lease equipment or vehicles. You may also lease space, such as an office […]

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