Month: May 2012

Red Flags in Contractors Financial Statements

by Tim Ayler, CPA, Partner, Director of the Construction Services Group and Brian Enright, CPA, Member of Construction Services Group In general, contractors’ financial statements and job schedules look very different than they did a few years ago. Few contractors came away from the initial downturn in the economy unscathed, and are now feeling the […]

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How to Minimize Taxes on the Transition / Sale of Your Business

by Jim Wagoner, CPA | Partner, Director of the Tax Services Group and Anita Sherman, CPA | Managing Partner For the past couple of months we have been writing about business and leadership succession matters. This week we want to focus on how to minimize income, gift and estate taxes as part of a sale […]

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Is Your Company’s Balance Sheet Ready for Transition or Sale?

by Anita Sherman, CPA | Managing Partner In my April 19, 2012 article, I discussed the personal financial planning needed to get yourself and your family ready for a business transition or sale. In my March 22, 2012 article, I discussed the importance of preparing key employees for transition. This week I want to focus […]

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