The past year has had several tax bills that will impact your 2009 tax return(s). Additionally, there are many tax provisions that are set to expire and “sunset” back to previous tax limits and standards. The following are a few… Read More
I’ve spent the first 20 plus years of my life going to school. From Edwardsville High School to the University of Illinois and on October 19th, 2009, everything changed and I officially entered the “real world” starting as a Tax… Read More
It may be snowing outside but everyone is thinking ahead to summertime and that coveted vacation time. I know I’m ready!
For many businesses, professional services firms, physician offices and not-for-profits, this can create issues when several staff members want… Read More
There are a number of ways that one spouse may try to undervalue or hide assets from another spouse during a divorce, such as:
Collusion with an employer to delay the payment of bonuses, commissions, stock options, or annual raises… Read More
Our Forensic and Valuation department is often called upon as an expert witness to do lost profits and loss of business value calculations associated with commercial litigation cases. While the two sound similar, they’re actually quite different. Seeing as I… Read More