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If your building is in a 500-year floodplain, is it time to breathe a sigh of relief and think, “One storm every five centuries, I’m pretty safe?” Unfortunately, the answer is probably not. A 500-year storm just means there’s a 1 in 500 chance of getting deluged. If you live in the 100-year floodplain, the […]

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Wedding season is in full swing, but engaged couples should be planning now for more than just the big day. When it comes to federal income taxes, two may not be able to live as cheaply as one, regardless of the old axiom.  A little advance planning may save the happy couple from the unhappy […]

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A new tale of white-collar crime seems to emerge in the news as frequently as the posts on the POTUS’s Twitter account. Discovering that a trusted employee is an in-house thief can not only be expensive – but also it can be heart-wrenching. For most employers, it is also quite shocking — but perhaps it […]

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By Keith R. Gordon, CPA, CEF, CVA In even the most amicable of divorces, the end of a marriage can be an emotionally draining endeavor. When a profitable business is involved, it can be a remarkably financially draining one, too. As the parties divide their assets and liabilities in a process called “equitable distribution,” it […]

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By Theresa Kane Computer systems are helping businesses be more successful than ever before. But when they fail – or get hacked – everything can come to a screeching halt. If the damage is severe, a company can find itself virtually deleted. That’s why cyber liability insurance coverage should be an integral part of virtually […]

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By Lisa A. Myers, CPA, CFE, MAFF, FCPA, CGMA Facebook and Twitter users may find that these social media sites are not their “friends” when they are looking for a job, are in trouble with the law or become the subject of an investigation. In my work as a forensic accountant at Boyer & Ritter, […]

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By Jay A. Goldman, CPA and Daniel P. Thompson, CPA Does your dealership have a “captive insurance” company? Are you familiar with the new IRS reporting requirements? Auto dealerships have long enjoyed potential tax benefits by creating their own “captive insurance’’ companies for insuring losses, but questions are now being raised after the IRS late […]

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By Crystal Skotedis, CPA, CFE Businesses in need of an auditor often issue a request for proposals from CPA firms and then select the lowest bidder. But simply choosing the cheapest auditor can cost you in the end. Selecting an auditor to review your books, evaluate your business practices and make suggestions for improving your […]

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