Many energy-focused states grant upstream and midstream companies multiple breaks on state sales taxes — exemptions that can be worth significant savings. But taking advantage of these tax exemptions requires both time and specialized knowledge.
Changes in the energy industry are affecting the way companies of every size are doing business. Now is the time to maximize opportunities while navigating the complexities of a rapidly evolving landscape.
When your small business faces a complex financial challenge, finding a professional with the right expertise may seem like more trouble than it’s worth, especially if the solution would take only a few hours of an expert’s time.
The recent declines in the financial markets and in the overall economy present a dramatic shift from a period of historically high valuations to what could potentially be, at least temporarily, historical lows.
Your company may qualify for multiple breaks on federal and state taxes— credits and exemptions that can lead to significant savings on your overall tax expenditures. You may not be aware that your company qualifies for certain tax savings opportunities.
To be effective, your organization’s cybersecurity program must provide an ongoing process that assesses risks, identifies threats, creates protections, monitors systems, and enables quick response and recovery.
Risk comes in all shapes and sizes. While it is essential to manage traditional forms of risk — from weak controls to noncompliance to fraud — organizations must not overlook a key business risk: performance.
Many organizations view compliance as a regulatory necessity rather than a potential value-adding activity. But those with a strong compliance program know it can yield a variety of operational and business benefits, including increased efficiency and improved performance.