Volatile commodity prices are creating challenges for machinery companies. Producers also must be concerned about supply chain disruptions, finding and keeping a skilled workforce and regulatory changes. Companies must continually seek ways to improve efficiency and maintain costs in the face of global uncertainty.
By truly understanding your business, we help you maximize profits and reach your business goals. Our business process improvement advisors can take a hard look at your inventory and operations to help you get lean and stay agile in a changing business climate. Our tax team will review your sales and property tax payments to ensure compliance while also identifying possible refund opportunities.
Both “essential” and “non-essential” businesses are experiencing the impact of COVID-19 on their operations and bottom line. Business owners are looking to their commercial property insurance policy as a means of minimizing or recovering revenue shortfalls by filing COVID business interruption insurance claims, construction claims and other property damage claims related to the pandemic. Read More
Importers suffering “significant financial hardship” related to COVID-19 have an extra 90 days to pay tariffs. The U.S. Treasury Department and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a joint temporary final rule detailing a 90-day deferment on the payment of duties, taxes and fees for certain goods imported, or withdrawn from a warehouse, in March or April 2020. Read More
On this episode of Weaver's Beyond the Numbers podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Jody Allred, Partner-in-Charge for Large Market Manufacturing and Distribution and Technology Services, and Kurtis Dixon, Partner in Tax Services to discuss critical issues facing manufacturing industry leaders who are seeking guidance on handling the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Read More