This is the fourth and last in a series of blogs on lease accounting. Previously, we’ve provided an overview of proposed changes, and looked at the impact on lessees and on lessors using the derecognition approach. In this last entry,… Read More
As of Thursday, March 3rd, 2011, the House of Representatives passed the Small Business Paperwork Mandate Elimination Act and it is set to go to the Senate. This bill, if passed by the Senate, will only be repealing the 1099… Read More
There are only about 24 hours left to make your picks in the 2011 Anders-sponsored Hoops for Hope NCAA pool, and ensure that Girls on the Run St. Louis is the team that comes out on top.
By investing as… Read More
The IRS has just made it possible to take tax deductions under section 179D by way of an automatic “change of accounting” method instead of amending prior tax returns. In addition, the IRS is making it possible to take advantage… Read More
In this third in a series of blogs on lease accounting, we are going to the other side. Last week, we talked about the impact on lessees. Today, we delve into what lessors need to know about these proposed changes… Read More