Time is Running Out!

Automobile

By Steven Barber

Cash flow is one of the most important things to consider in the world of business. Imagine buying that new lift that you need for your body shop and being ... read more >

Senate Passes Three Percent Withholding Repeal - But Changes Added

Construction

By Matt McKinnon

After moving to the floor on November 7, the Senate voted 95 to 0 yesterday to approve H.R. 674. This legislation was primarily intended to repeal the ... read more >

The Super Committee - Not Looking Quite So Super!

Tax

By Ron Kramer

With just two weeks left until its November 23 deadline to produce and vote on a debt reduction proposal, it’s looking more likely that U.S. Congress ... read more >

Smartphone Technology Prevents Man From Missing Flight

On a recent business trip to Philadelphia, I found myself in jeopardy of missing my flight back home. I didn’t have access to a printer that day, ... read more >

One Step Closer to Repeal of Three Percent Withholding

On November 7, 2011, the Senate voted 94-1 to move to the floor H.R. 674, the bill to repeal the law requiring contractors to pay 3 percent in taxes upfront, upon receipt of payment from federal agencies.... read more >

Senate Rejects Infrastructure Jobs Bill; Senate Democrats Move on to Vets Jobs Bill

Tax

By Ron Kramer

On November 3, the Senate rejected a motion to take up another piece of President’s Obama’s job bill by voting 51 to 49 on the measure. Since ... read more >

California Adopts Single-Sales Factor Regulation

Tax

By Gary Sliman

The California Franchise Tax Board has adopted a franchise and income tax regulation allowing taxpayers to use a single-sales factor for apportioning income ... read more >

U.K. to U.S: Don't Use Condorsement

Audit

By Todd Lucas

Countries have utilized several methods to implement international accounting standards. These methods range from adoption to condorsement and everything ... read more >

Export Warning: U.S. manufacturers' parts found in Iraq IEDs

CBS News has reported that The U.S. Department of Justice is warning U.S. manufacturers to be on alert for foreign-based customers who may not be who they ... read more >

Hours-of-Service Rule - Extension

During a regulatory briefing at the recent American Trucking Association Management Conference and Exhibition, it was mentioned that the Federal Motor ... read more >