The extended deadline for filing 2016 individual federal income tax returns is October 16. If you extended your return and know you owe tax but can’t pay the bill, you may be wondering what to do
Today’s businesses face unprecedented uncertainty — from geopolitical risks and cyberthreats to tax and regulatory reforms. So, management’s historical means of addressing uncertainty in accounting estimates may not pass muster in the coming audit season.
These days, U.S.-based companies planning overseas acquisitions need to prepare for regulatory snags. Political flux in Europe and Asia won’t necessarily make cross-border deals more difficult. But you need to be aware of how regulations
Pease and Associates Director of Tax, Jennifer Barnes, will present at the Ohio Society of CPAs Cleveland Women’s Initiatives Committee career-enhancing October event. Jennifer will discuss “7 Habits of Highly Effective Women Accountants” during the
Various limits apply to most tax deductions, and one type of limit is a “floor,” which means expenses are deductible only if they exceed that floor (typically a specific percentage of your income). One example
A new accounting standard goes into effect starting in 2018 for churches, charities and other not-for-profit entities. Here’s a summary of the major changes. Net asset classifications The existing rules require nonprofit organizations to classify
Pease & Associates Director of Tax, Charles Federanich, will present at the 2017 Cleveland Accounting Show at the I-X Center later this month. Chuck will join a panel on Thursday, October 26th to discuss the