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PPP Update – Owner Compensation & Non-Payroll Costs.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss on September 3, 2020 Tim Hilligoss At the end of August, the SBA and Treasury issued an updated PPP Interim Final Rule which addresses forgiveness related to owner compensation and certain non-payroll costs.
Read more.
Labor Day Transitions.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on September 1, 2020 As we all know, in Michigan, the summer starts Memorial Day, and ends on Labor Day.
Don’t look now, but Labor Day is right around the corner.  As we reflect on the true meaning of Labor Day, I think all workers should be proud of their accomplishments this year.
Read more Rethinking Your Retirement Funding Options.
Posted by on September 1, 2020 As a result of market fluctuations over the past six months, many taxpayers have seen a decline in the value of their retirement portfolios, so now may not be the best time to draw from your retirement savings, even if you are eligible.
Here is some guidance regarding Social Security and IRA Distributions.
Read more Payroll Tax Deferral IRS Guidance.

by Erica Gamet In this week’s CreativePro video
Friday September 11, 2020

Features CreativePro Video : Zoom Into Slides in PowerPoint CreativePro Video: Zoom Into Slides in PowerPoint. by Erica Gamet In this week’s CreativePro video, Nolan Haims shows how to use Powerpoint’s Summary Zoom to focus in on a particular slide and back out again to a selection of slides. He uses this method as a […]

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Posted by Sue Tuson on August 28

2020 Learn about the recently issued guidance as it relates to President Trump”s Executive Order on employee side payroll deferral.
Read more Payment Processing Delays Due to COVID-19.
Posted by on August 26, 2020 Taxpayers may unfortunately find that their checks, mailed with tax returns, are on backlog at the IRS due to processing delays as a result of COVID-19.
Learn what the IRS is doing about it and discover what you should do as a taxpayer.
Read more New Interim Final Rule Issued.

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Posted by Sarah Russell on August 25

2020 The SBA and Treasury issued a new interim final rule on August 24, 2020 with updates regarding owner-employee compensation and forgiveness eligibility associated with Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) forgiveness.
Here is a summary of the key updates.
Read more Data Analytics Advice from Ben Smith.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on August 20, 2020 Senior Manager Ben Smith shares his advice about analytics mistakes to avoid.
Check out the full article in InformationWeek.
Read more Control Design Article: COVID-19 Impacts.

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Posted by Tim Finerty and Bryan Powrozek on August 19

2020 Industrial Automation Shareholder Tim Finerty and Manager Bryan Powrozek share some recommendations to put businesses in the best future position as they navigate the impacts of COVID-19.
Read more Relief with International Tax Deductions.
Posted by Sue Tuson on August 19, 2020 The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 provided a benefit for corporations that export goods or services by creating a foreign-derived intangible income deduction (FDII), also referred to as a section 250 deduction.
Read more CARES Act State Tax Implications.
Posted by Miroslav Georgiev on August 18, 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, enacted March 27, 2020, was designed to assist taxpayers during difficult times by introducing new and modified tax law provisions intended to allow businesses to retain more cash to help them survive the crisis.
Read more Estate Planning 101.
Posted by on August 17, 2020 With all of the change in 2020, now is an ideal time to revisit your estate plan.
Learn about the essentials of estate planning and why it”s important to review and update your plans on a regular basis.
Read more COVID-19 Relief: Executive Orders.
Posted by Sue Tuson on August 12, 2020 The news over the past few weeks has been filled with stories about the failed attempts of Congressional leaders and the White House to agree upon new COVID-19 relief legislation.
Read more Clayton & McKervey Again Included on Inside Public Accounting’s List of 300 Largest Firms.

Posted by Clayton & McKervey on August 11

2020 Clayton & McKervey, an international certified public accounting and business advisory firm located in metro Detroit, is pleased to announce it is again included on the list of the 300 largest public accounting firms in the nation as noted by Inside Public Accounting, a leading accounting trade publication.
Read more PPP Loan Forgiveness FAQs.

Posted by Tim Hilligoss and Sarah Russell on August 10

2020 The COVID-19 pandemic caught many by surprise including business owners who were required to comply with forced business closures and others who experienced modified operating rules or dwindling demand.
Read more Robot Nation Podcast: Talking Automation with Tim & Bryan.

Posted by Tim Finerty and Bryan Powrozek on August 7

2020 Shareholder Tim Finerty and Manager Bryan Powrozek talk about the latest innovations and cash flow considerations impacting industrial machine builders on a recent episode of the Robot Nation podcast.
Read more 9 FAQs About the USMCA.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on August 3, 2020 It has already been a month since one of the most competitive regions in the world, which together generated more than 25% of the world’s GDP in 2019, finally entered into the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Read more New Workplace Safety Grants to Help MI Employers Protect Workers.

Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 28

2020 The State of Michigan recently launched Michigan COVID-19 Safety Grant Program to provide small businesses with up to $10,000 in matching funds to help promote a safe workplace for employees and customers and help decrease the spread of COVID-19.
Read more Three Lessons Learned from the 2020 Tax Season.
Posted by on July 27, 2020 It goes without saying that this year’s tax season was surprising—to say the least.
Here are some of the takeaways from 2020’s tax season, and although we hope it’s an experience we never have to face again, these strategies can improve the process—even in the best of times.
Read more Time to Retrench & Recharge.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on July 27, 2020 It is hard to believe, but we are four months into the Covid crisis.
To me, it feels like four years.
Though no one knows when this will pass, it seems safe to say that we are in this for the long haul.
What continues to echo in my head is the proverbial statement “the strong shall survive”.
Read more More PPP Changes – New Forgiveness Applications.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss on July 24, 2020 On June 17th, two streamlined PPP forgiveness applications were released including SBA Form 3508 and SBA Form 3508 EZ along with accompanying instruction guides.
The new applications are designed to be borrower-friendly as they are less complex and much shorter than the original.
Read more New Nexus Standards for Remote Sellers.
Posted by Sue Tuson on July 23, 2020 Most equipment manufacturers in manufacturing-friendly states like Michigan take it for granted that equipment used in manufacturing is exempt from sales tax in other states.
Much to their unhappy surprise, it is not the case in all states.
Read more COVID-19 Cash Flow Planning.
Posted by Jim Biehl on July 20, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic caught many businesses by surprise.
Beyond just health concerns, the combination of forced business closures, stay-at home-orders, and general fear about transmission created an unforeseen economic situation.
Read more Cloud Accounting Drives Efficiency in our “New Normal”.
Posted by Beth Butchart on July 13, 2020 The COVID-19 outbreak presented new challenges for accounting teams adapting to a remote work environment while trying to keep pace with management’s demand for accurate and timely access to data to make critical business decisions.
Read more New Inventory Reform Service Underscores Need for More Data Driven Best Practices.

Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 10

2020 Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in the global marketplace, announces the availability of a new professional service for inventory reform.
Read more Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program Reopens.

Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 1

2020 On June 15, 2020, the Small Business Administration (SBA) announced new applications for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and EIDL emergency grants are now being accepted.
As reopening continues and the focus shifts to recovery, EIDLs can serve as a favorable and needed source of funding.
Read more Happy 4th of July.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on June 30, 2020 It is hard to believe that this favorite American holiday, celebrating fireworks and cookouts with family and friends, is upon us already.
Though I don’t have any big plans I am looking forward to a chance to unplug over the three-day weekend.
As burnout is being cited as one of the top challenges for employees in the midst of the Covid pandemic, we are all trying to find time to recharge.
Read more All Things Considered: Featuring Sarah Russell.
Posted by Sarah Russell on June 30, 2020 Shareholder Sarah Russell continues her education of the PPP loan during a recent interview on Michigan’s All Things Considered radio program.
Sarah led an 9-week live video series on the topic and has been a regular contributor of content related to the CARES Act, the PPP loan and loan forgiveness.
Read more The Role of Data Analytics in COVID-19 Recovery.
Posted by on June 24, 2020 As more and more states begin to reopen their economy, the COVID-19 conversation is shifting from survival to recovery.
Through targeted data analytics, companies can access and analyze data to drive recovery planning.
Here is a summary of important details.
Read more Turns on Inventory – Systems and Processes to Monitor Inventory Levels.

Posted by David Van Damme and Jim Biehl on June 22

2020 You’re in the wholesale or distribution space and have a huge asset, called inventory, which needs to be converted to cash, but you aren’t great at tracking or counting it and you are not really sure which items are sitting.  So what do you do?  Read more Debt Restructuring: How Does it Impact Your Taxes.
Posted by on June 22, 2020 Throughout the ordinary course of business, you could very well find yourself in a position of insolvency leading to the restructuring of your debt.
Dealing with cash flow issues or insolvency can be very stressful and time-sensitive for business owners and taxpayers alike.
Learn how debt restructuring impacts your taxes and what to do if you find yourself in this situation.
Read more Managing Cash Flow through Data Analytics.
Posted by and Jim Biehl on June 16, 2020 Every business should regularly review cash flow and optimization opportunities to ensure the highest level of financial vitality.
Maintaining a clear picture of this important metric is not only essential to effective decision making but also necessary for managing the unexpected.
Read more Latest Developments Impacting Small to Mid-Sized Businesses.
Posted by Tim Finerty on June 10, 2020 On June 10, Shareholder Tim Finerty and Manager Bryan Powrozek presented to the Control Systems Integration Association (CSIA) as part of the organization’s video series during Covid-19.
Learn how they are advising owners of small to mid-size businesses in the Industrial Automation industry.
Read more Economic Aftershocks of COVID-19—and Five Financial Strategies.

Posted by Tim Finerty and Bryan Powrozek on June 9

2020 Beyond basic operational concerns, many process industry users and system integrators are facing related business and financial issues due to COVID-19 and its direct and indirect effects.
Read more Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act Passed by the Senate.
Posted by Sarah Russell on June 4, 2020 It took a little longer than anticipated, but after some back and forth between a few Senators, the Senate passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (The Act) on June 3 with unanimous consent.
We expect the President to sign the bill before the end of the week, giving small business more to utilize the funds and achieve full forgiveness.
Read more New Survey Findings Reveal the Impact of COVID-19 on Manufacturers.
Posted by Jim Biehl on June 2, 2020 COVID-19 has profoundly impacted business.
The combination of stay-at-home orders, forced business closures and fear of virus transmission meant some businesses had to cease operations entirely while others were tasked with challenging modifications to comply with state and local regulations.
Read more Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act Passed by the House.
Posted by Sarah Russell on May 28, 2020 As expected, the House passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act today, May 28, 2020.  We were hoping the Senate might act on this in their Pro Forma session today, but it looks like we will have to wait until next week to see how the Senate responds to the bill Read more 10 Recommendations for Mexican Subsidiaries during COVID-19.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on May 28, 2020 Companies with Mexican subsidiaries may be wondering how best to proceed in light of COVID-19.
Read more PPP Loan Forgiveness – New Details Available.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss on May 27, 2020 Just as the Memorial Day weekend was about to kick off, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and Treasury published updates to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Interim Final Rule (the Rule).
The update, which was released late on May 22, 2020, provides important new details about the loan forgiveness process.
Read more Fixes to Paycheck Protection Program on the Way.
Posted by Sarah Russell on May 21, 2020 As small business owners begin to navigate the loan forgiveness portion of the Paycheck Protection Program it has become clear many will not be able to achieve full forgiveness because they will not be able to spend all of the funds in 8-week Covered Period.  Read more FASB Delays Implementation for Revenue Recognition and Leases.
Posted by Julie Killian on May 21, 2020 The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted on Wednesday, May 20 to delay the effective date of the Revenue Recognition Standard by one year for all nonpublic companies who have not issued financial statements yet.
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PPP Update – Owner Compensation & Non-Payroll Costs.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss on September 3, 2020 Tim Hilligoss At the end of August, the SBA and Treasury issued an updated PPP Interim Final Rule which addresses forgiveness related to owner compensation and certain non-payroll costs.
Read more.
Labor Day Transitions.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on September 1, 2020 As we all know, in Michigan, the summer starts Memorial Day, and ends on Labor Day.
Don’t look now, but Labor Day is right around the corner.  As we reflect on the true meaning of Labor Day, I think all workers should be proud of their accomplishments this year.
Read more Rethinking Your Retirement Funding Options.
Posted by on September 1, 2020 As a result of market fluctuations over the past six months, many taxpayers have seen a decline in the value of their retirement portfolios, so now may not be the best time to draw from your retirement savings, even if you are eligible.
Here is some guidance regarding Social Security and IRA Distributions.
Read more Payroll Tax Deferral IRS Guidance.
Posted by Sue Tuson on August 28, 2020 Learn about the recently issued guidance as it relates to President Trump”s Executive Order on employee side payroll deferral.
Read more Payment Processing Delays Due to COVID-19.
Posted by on August 26, 2020 Taxpayers may unfortunately find that their checks, mailed with tax returns, are on backlog at the IRS due to processing delays as a result of COVID-19.
Learn what the IRS is doing about it and discover what you should do as a taxpayer.
Read more New Interim Final Rule Issued.
Posted by Sarah Russell on August 25, 2020 The SBA and Treasury issued a new interim final rule on August 24, 2020 with updates regarding owner-employee compensation and forgiveness eligibility associated with Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) forgiveness.
Here is a summary of the key updates.
Read more Data Analytics Advice from Ben Smith.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on August 20, 2020 Senior Manager Ben Smith shares his advice about analytics mistakes to avoid.
Check out the full article in InformationWeek.
Read more Control Design Article: COVID-19 Impacts.
Posted by Tim Finerty and Bryan Powrozek on August 19, 2020 Industrial Automation Shareholder Tim Finerty and Manager Bryan Powrozek share some recommendations to put businesses in the best future position as they navigate the impacts of COVID-19.
Read more Relief with International Tax Deductions.
Posted by Sue Tuson on August 19, 2020 The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 provided a benefit for corporations that export goods or services by creating a foreign-derived intangible income deduction (FDII), also referred to as a section 250 deduction.
Read more CARES Act State Tax Implications.
Posted by Miroslav Georgiev on August 18, 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, enacted March 27, 2020, was designed to assist taxpayers during difficult times by introducing new and modified tax law provisions intended to allow businesses to retain more cash to help them survive the crisis.
Read more Estate Planning 101.
Posted by on August 17, 2020 With all of the change in 2020, now is an ideal time to revisit your estate plan.
Learn about the essentials of estate planning and why it”s important to review and update your plans on a regular basis.
Read more COVID-19 Relief: Executive Orders.
Posted by Sue Tuson on August 12, 2020 The news over the past few weeks has been filled with stories about the failed attempts of Congressional leaders and the White House to agree upon new COVID-19 relief legislation.
Read more Clayton & McKervey Again Included on Inside Public Accounting’s List of 300 Largest Firms.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on August 11, 2020 Clayton & McKervey, an international certified public accounting and business advisory firm located in metro Detroit, is pleased to announce it is again included on the list of the 300 largest public accounting firms in the nation as noted by Inside Public Accounting, a leading accounting trade publication.
Read more PPP Loan Forgiveness FAQs.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss and Sarah Russell on August 10, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic caught many by surprise including business owners who were required to comply with forced business closures and others who experienced modified operating rules or dwindling demand.
Read more Robot Nation Podcast: Talking Automation with Tim & Bryan.
Posted by Tim Finerty and Bryan Powrozek on August 7, 2020 Shareholder Tim Finerty and Manager Bryan Powrozek talk about the latest innovations and cash flow considerations impacting industrial machine builders on a recent episode of the Robot Nation podcast.
Read more 9 FAQs About the USMCA.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on August 3, 2020 It has already been a month since one of the most competitive regions in the world, which together generated more than 25% of the world’s GDP in 2019, finally entered into the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Read more New Workplace Safety Grants to Help MI Employers Protect Workers.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 28, 2020 The State of Michigan recently launched Michigan COVID-19 Safety Grant Program to provide small businesses with up to $10,000 in matching funds to help promote a safe workplace for employees and customers and help decrease the spread of COVID-19.
Read more Three Lessons Learned from the 2020 Tax Season.
Posted by on July 27, 2020 It goes without saying that this year’s tax season was surprising—to say the least.
Here are some of the takeaways from 2020’s tax season, and although we hope it’s an experience we never have to face again, these strategies can improve the process—even in the best of times.
Read more Time to Retrench & Recharge.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on July 27, 2020 It is hard to believe, but we are four months into the Covid crisis.
To me, it feels like four years.
Though no one knows when this will pass, it seems safe to say that we are in this for the long haul.
What continues to echo in my head is the proverbial statement “the strong shall survive”.
Read more More PPP Changes – New Forgiveness Applications.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss on July 24, 2020 On June 17th, two streamlined PPP forgiveness applications were released including SBA Form 3508 and SBA Form 3508 EZ along with accompanying instruction guides.
The new applications are designed to be borrower-friendly as they are less complex and much shorter than the original.
Read more New Nexus Standards for Remote Sellers.
Posted by Sue Tuson on July 23, 2020 Most equipment manufacturers in manufacturing-friendly states like Michigan take it for granted that equipment used in manufacturing is exempt from sales tax in other states.
Much to their unhappy surprise, it is not the case in all states.
Read more COVID-19 Cash Flow Planning.
Posted by Jim Biehl on July 20, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic caught many businesses by surprise.
Beyond just health concerns, the combination of forced business closures, stay-at home-orders, and general fear about transmission created an unforeseen economic situation.
Read more Cloud Accounting Drives Efficiency in our “New Normal”.
Posted by Beth Butchart on July 13, 2020 The COVID-19 outbreak presented new challenges for accounting teams adapting to a remote work environment while trying to keep pace with management’s demand for accurate and timely access to data to make critical business decisions.
Read more New Inventory Reform Service Underscores Need for More Data Driven Best Practices.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 10, 2020 Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in the global marketplace, announces the availability of a new professional service for inventory reform.
Read more Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program Reopens.
Posted by Clayton & McKervey on July 1, 2020 On June 15, 2020, the Small Business Administration (SBA) announced new applications for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and EIDL emergency grants are now being accepted.
As reopening continues and the focus shifts to recovery, EIDLs can serve as a favorable and needed source of funding.
Read more Happy 4th of July.
Posted by Robert Dutkiewicz on June 30, 2020 It is hard to believe that this favorite American holiday, celebrating fireworks and cookouts with family and friends, is upon us already.
Though I don’t have any big plans I am looking forward to a chance to unplug over the three-day weekend.
As burnout is being cited as one of the top challenges for employees in the midst of the Covid pandemic, we are all trying to find time to recharge.
Read more All Things Considered: Featuring Sarah Russell.
Posted by Sarah Russell on June 30, 2020 Shareholder Sarah Russell continues her education of the PPP loan during a recent interview on Michigan’s All Things Considered radio program.
Sarah led an 9-week live video series on the topic and has been a regular contributor of content related to the CARES Act, the PPP loan and loan forgiveness.
Read more The Role of Data Analytics in COVID-19 Recovery.
Posted by on June 24, 2020 As more and more states begin to reopen their economy, the COVID-19 conversation is shifting from survival to recovery.
Through targeted data analytics, companies can access and analyze data to drive recovery planning.
Here is a summary of important details.
Read more Turns on Inventory – Systems and Processes to Monitor Inventory Levels.
Posted by David Van Damme and Jim Biehl on June 22, 2020 You’re in the wholesale or distribution space and have a huge asset, called inventory, which needs to be converted to cash, but you aren’t great at tracking or counting it and you are not really sure which items are sitting.  So what do you do?  Read more Debt Restructuring: How Does it Impact Your Taxes.
Posted by on June 22, 2020 Throughout the ordinary course of business, you could very well find yourself in a position of insolvency leading to the restructuring of your debt.
Dealing with cash flow issues or insolvency can be very stressful and time-sensitive for business owners and taxpayers alike.
Learn how debt restructuring impacts your taxes and what to do if you find yourself in this situation.
Read more Managing Cash Flow through Data Analytics.
Posted by and Jim Biehl on June 16, 2020 Every business should regularly review cash flow and optimization opportunities to ensure the highest level of financial vitality.
Maintaining a clear picture of this important metric is not only essential to effective decision making but also necessary for managing the unexpected.
Read more Latest Developments Impacting Small to Mid-Sized Businesses.
Posted by Tim Finerty on June 10, 2020 On June 10, Shareholder Tim Finerty and Manager Bryan Powrozek presented to the Control Systems Integration Association (CSIA) as part of the organization’s video series during Covid-19.
Learn how they are advising owners of small to mid-size businesses in the Industrial Automation industry.
Read more Economic Aftershocks of COVID-19—and Five Financial Strategies.
Posted by Tim Finerty and Bryan Powrozek on June 9, 2020 Beyond basic operational concerns, many process industry users and system integrators are facing related business and financial issues due to COVID-19 and its direct and indirect effects.
Read more Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act Passed by the Senate.
Posted by Sarah Russell on June 4, 2020 It took a little longer than anticipated, but after some back and forth between a few Senators, the Senate passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (The Act) on June 3 with unanimous consent.
We expect the President to sign the bill before the end of the week, giving small business more to utilize the funds and achieve full forgiveness.
Read more New Survey Findings Reveal the Impact of COVID-19 on Manufacturers.
Posted by Jim Biehl on June 2, 2020 COVID-19 has profoundly impacted business.
The combination of stay-at-home orders, forced business closures and fear of virus transmission meant some businesses had to cease operations entirely while others were tasked with challenging modifications to comply with state and local regulations.
Read more Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act Passed by the House.
Posted by Sarah Russell on May 28, 2020 As expected, the House passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act today, May 28, 2020.  We were hoping the Senate might act on this in their Pro Forma session today, but it looks like we will have to wait until next week to see how the Senate responds to the bill Read more 10 Recommendations for Mexican Subsidiaries during COVID-19.
Posted by Carlos Calderon on May 28, 2020 Companies with Mexican subsidiaries may be wondering how best to proceed in light of COVID-19.
Read more PPP Loan Forgiveness – New Details Available.
Posted by Tim Hilligoss on May 27, 2020 Just as the Memorial Day weekend was about to kick off, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and Treasury published updates to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Interim Final Rule (the Rule).
The update, which was released late on May 22, 2020, provides important new details about the loan forgiveness process.
Read more Fixes to Paycheck Protection Program on the Way.
Posted by Sarah Russell on May 21, 2020 As small business owners begin to navigate the loan forgiveness portion of the Paycheck Protection Program it has become clear many will not be able to achieve full forgiveness because they will not be able to spend all of the funds in 8-week Covered Period.  Read more FASB Delays Implementation for Revenue Recognition and Leases.
Posted by Julie Killian on May 21, 2020 The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted on Wednesday, May 20 to delay the effective date of the Revenue Recognition Standard by one year for all nonpublic companies who have not issued financial statements yet.
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Consulting.
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Estate Planning.
Expanding Outside the U.
S.
Expanding to the U.
S.
From the President.
Industrial Automation.
International.
Manufacturing & Distribution.
Mexico Consulting.
Private Client Services.
Professional Services.
Tax & Tax Credits.
Transactional Services.
Videos.
Authors.
Read news direct from our managers and stakeholders.
Ben Smith.
Beth Butchart.
Bryan Powrozek.
Carlos Calderon.
Casey Haggerty.
Clayton & McKervey.
David Van Damme.
Denise Asker.
Jim Biehl.
Julie Killian.
Kevin Johns.
Margaret Amsden.
Miroslav Georgiev.
Nina Wang.
Robert Dutkiewicz.
Ruben Ramirez.
Sarah Russell.
Sue Tuson.
Teresa Gordon.
Tim Finerty.
Tim Hilligoss.
Wendy Reedy.
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Additional news from Clayton & McKervey can be found below.
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