Foreign buyers of U.S. companies announced a record-breaking $491 billion in deals in 2016. If you’ve considered putting out the international “For Sale” sign in 2017, you’ll likely find a fertile environment.
In the coming months, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is expected to revise the definition of “smaller reporting company.” This change will allow more companies to file reports with a lighter load of disclosures.
Changes to the Dodd-Frank Act have been discussed by politicians since passage of the Act in 2010. Those changes are now closer to happening with passage of U.S.
When a company’s deductible expenses exceed its income, generally a net operating loss (NOL) occurs. If when filing your 2017 income tax return you found that your business had an NOL, there is an upside: tax benefits.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) recently issued a proposal to clarify how to account for the costs of setting up business software packages that are managed in the cloud.
Conducting due diligence during the M&A process doesn’t just mean reviewing a target’s financial statements and operations. Not anymore, anyway.
Classifying workers as independent contractors — rather than employees — can save businesses money and provide other benefits.