Proposed new guidance from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) could require all companies to record lease obligations on their balance sheets.
The proposed new rules are intended to provide better information and more transparency for investors. These changes are… Read More
When using the asset approach to value a medical practice, one of the medical practice’s most valuable assets will most likely not appear on the historical financial statements. What asset are we talking about? The answer is accounts receivable.
Most… Read More
The sale of a business asset can create a large tax liability. However, if structured properly, performing a 1031 “like-kind” exchange for business property allows taxpayers to defer the recognition of gain, and save money. But you need to be… Read More
“Value” is a term we hear about almost every night on the news – “Home values are down,” “How to increase the value of your retirement funds,” “Finding value while cutting costs,” etc. But what about the value of your… Read More