Why Have a Business Valued?
Most business owners are reactive when it comes to having their businesses valued. But it sometimes pays to be proactive. Some valuations are necessities, such as for determining the value of the business interest in an estate. Others are obtained for more elective reasons but are helpful to busi.....
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Tax Allocations When a Partner Exits
Let's say a partner in your medical practice exits part way through the firm's tax year. How are partnership tax items for that year allocated between the departing partner and the remaining partners? There is more than one way to handle this situation. In general, three methods are allowed for maki.....
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Ten Steps to Help Thwart Employee Theft
There are many types of fraud committed against businesses -- from workers' compensation scams to complex corporate swindles -- but one of the most common types is simply employee theft. This can occur when employees take money from a cash register, forge names or change amounts on company checks.....
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Re-Thinking The Benefits Of State Procurement Laws
Procurement is at the heart of every business and when done efficiently can have direct affect on transparency, cost savings and success of an organization.  While the purpose for rigorous procurement laws have traditionally centered around addressing past problems with spending public funds, proce.....
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Whistleblower Hotline Options
Last month’s newsletter included an article titled “Important Facts about Whistleblower Hotlines”, which focused on the benefits of a whistleblower hotline. I wanted to take this opportunity to expand on the subject by briefly discussing the potential options for implementing a whistleblower o.....
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