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  • 6 Strategies to Increase the Sale Value of Your Business

    No matter how successful your organization is and how proud you are of the business you’ve built, there will come a day when you’ll need to step aside. Whether you sell the business to a private buyer or decide to go public, relinquishing control of a company you founded and have nurtured since day one […]

  • Simplify Your Planning Process, Starting Now

    Whether your business is big, small, private, or public, clear and measurable goals are the path to true success. But too often business owners fall into the trap of outlining a detailed plan…then never referring to it again. Even with the best of intentions in place, many businesses slip back into old, inefficient ways—until the […]

  • Corporations Win Under the New Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax

    Recent amendments to the corporate alternative minimum tax (“AMT”) have simplified the business tax preparation and filing process, and have created opportunities to re-inject cash back into corporations. Prior to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, corporations were forced to conduct two calculations on corporate income tax. The first calculation determined the tax burden […]

  • Tax Reform and Real Estate Investment & Development

    December 2017’s tax reform bill changed the taxation landscape dramatically, impacting the entire spectrum of taxpayers, from individual rates to corporate structures. Income taxes generally comprise a significant cost, negotiation point and hot topic for real estate operators, so understanding these changes and how they can impact the after-tax return on investment is crucial. A […]

  • Best Practices for Non-Profits: How to Maximize Every Donated Dollar

    As part of the executive staff of a non-profit, you work hard for every dollar you bring in the door. Since the financials and tax filings of non-profit organizations (NPO) are public information, your contributors are looking carefully at the percentage of funding you spend on program costs versus general and administrative (G&A) expenses and […]

  • A Business Advisor’s Tips for Seamless Due Diligence

    Generational family transfers, private equity investors, a sale to a new owner or strategic investor, going public… Whether the result of your long-term strategic plan or being faced with a sudden opportunity to sell, a successful business is likely to undergo due diligence at some point. The onslaught of due diligence from a potential buyer […]