The recently enacted legislation will bring about some major changes to health care in this county. In working with RIA, one of our date and information resources, we have found that we can break down the most prevalent provisions into… Read More
The time has never been better to cash in on all of the “going green” tax credits the government is offering. Many of these credits were introduced in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and are around through… Read More
Oh, the dreaded recruiting process… where to begin? In accounting, it all actually begins the minute you declare your major.
You are drilled with questions: Do you want to do tax or audit? Do you prefer public or private? When… Read More
Historically when the beneficiary of a Qualified Retirement Plan, such as a 401(k), was not a spouse, the account balance had to be distributed in either a lump sum or within a five-year period. Under these rules, the benefit of… Read More
Question: Patients are always complaining that they wait too long to see the doctors. My front desk personnel are stressed out from the nasty comments and glares from waiting patients. What can the staff or I do to address this?… Read More