Pennsylvania Passes Transportation Funding Bill

Pennsylvania’s Legislature has approved a bill that will increase spending on transportation by $2.3 billion a year by 2018. The proposal is supported ... read more >

Health Care Penalties Might Be Coming

Recently I have been asked by family and friends about how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is going to affect their tax situation, ... read more >

Let's Start Partying Like it's 2005? Well, Maybe Not Yet...

Construction

By Patrick Kerns

A recent press release from the National Association of Home Builders showed that for the sixth month in a row, more homebuilders saw confidence in the ... read more >

COSO Framework Was Updated, so What Does This Mean for Me?

The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) of the Treadway Commission issued the Internal Control - Integrated Framework (COSO Framework) back in ... read more >

Postcard from Doing Business in Mexico

As a result of SD Global’s active membership in PrimeGlobal, one of the largest associations of independent public accounting firms in the world, ... read more >

How Fracking is Changing the World

Much has been written about fracking over the past several years, including its pros and cons. However, fracking has not only changed the landscape in ... read more >

Private Company Council Approves VIE Exception

Audit

By Todd Lucas

The Private Company Council (PCC) approved a proposal that would exempt private companies from consolidating variable-interest entities (VIEs) under common-control ... read more >

What Will the Crystal Ball Reveal for 2014?

Marketing

By Karlye Rowles

From devices to politicians to fashion and food, as 2013 comes to a close, predictions and forecasts are being made about what to expect in 2014. The field ... read more >

New Fiduciary Rule Not Likely Until Spring

ERISA

By Todd Lucas

Investment experts say not to expect the Department of Labor's (DOL) rule on expanding the definition of a fiduciary any time before next spring. The ... read more >