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Patricia Warrick | 11.18.2008

Navigating the Credit Squeeze

In 30 years, I can’t remember a tougher time to switch banks. Most lenders are rightfully focused on loan portfolio quality and reluctant to take

2008 Tax Legislation Highlights for Manufacturers

During 2008 there have been several new pieces of tax legislation that may impact manufacturing companies and/or their related shareholders. Since we are

Michael Collins | 11.7.2008

New Rules for Aspiring CPAs in Pennsylvania

Gov. Edward Rendell recently signed legislation amending current Pennsylvania CPA Law to bring the Commonwealth’s education standards into compliance

Staying Current in a Volatile Period

Greetings, and welcome to Insights. We are in the midst of perhaps the most volatile economic period of the past 50 years, and this fiscal roller coaster

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New M&A Deals Will be Significantly Impacted by New Accounting Rules

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued new standards that will have a significant impact not only on the way companies account for
Technology
Bob Whalen | 11.3.2008

Commitment to Technology vs. Spending in a Down Economy

We are in the middle of one of the largest financial crisis in U.S. history and companies, understandably, are looking to control spending. One of the
SSAE 18/SOC
Eric Wright | 11.3.2008

Do you need a SAS 70 report?

Have you heard of a SAS 70 report, but not sure what it is or if you need one? If you are an organization providing outsourcing services to a company,
Tax
Dennis Loughran | 11.3.2008

What is Bonus Depreciation?

In preparation for year end tax planning we are advising our clients on various tax law changes that have been triggered for the 2008 tax year. One that

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The Impact of the Economy on Nonprofit Contributions

The sky is falling, or so it would seem. The Dow Jones Industrials are down 31% over the last year. The S&P 500? Down 34%. The NASDAQ? How about 35%.
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Donald Applegarth | 10.16.2008

All non-public entities - one more year without FIN 48!

(CCH) - On October 15, 2008, the FASB met to discuss comments received about deferring FASB Interpretation (FIN) No. 48, Accounting for Uncertainty in

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