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Keeping Your Balance: Personal versus business goodwill distinction was key in a U.S. tax court business valuation case

What do these amounts have in common: $0, $4.3 million, $9.3 million, $26 million, and $92.2 million? Amazingly, they are all valuation estimates of the same company at the same point in time. And the cause of these wild swings ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Selling a business

A small business owner needs to run the business while keeping its potential sale always in mind. Unexpected life events, accidents and changes in the market may require the business to be put on the market quickly—often at a time ...

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Keeping Your Balance: What employers should know regarding New York State’s paid family leave act

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In 2016, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the New York Paid Family Leave Benefits Law (PFLBL), which will allow eligible full-time or part-time employees as of Jan. 1, 2018, a paid leave of absence from work for a period of time ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Cybersecurity — a business threat for contractors

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Recent strides in the construction industry to automate processes — such as accounting, project management and Building Information Modeling (BIM) software — introduce a corresponding set of new cyber risks. Contractors are vulnerable to the same cyber threats that impact ...

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Keeping Your Balance: How changes to the research credit help small businesses

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The “Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015” (the 2015 PATH Act) included an unexpected taxpayer-friendly bonus: Beginning in 2016, eligible small businesses may claim the research credit against the alternative minimum tax (AMT) liability. Even more important to ...

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Keeping Your Balance: Nonprofits should prepare to manage transformational change

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Most nonprofit organizations will encounter leadership transformation at some point. Transition, whether it be the evolution of mission or executive departures, is inevitable. There are times when the board must make challenging decisions and protect the organization from financial and ...

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