Year: 2012
11.9.12
TAX PLANNING AFTER THE ELECTION: NOW WHAT?

 Eddie Quigg, CPA, JD  No different, more of the same, status quo—Romney’s defeat, and an unchanged Congress—these are […]

10.24.12
Preparing Your Business for Sale: Tips for Achieving a Happy Ending

Eddie Quigg, CPA/JD Preparing a business for sale is more of a process than a task, and more importantly, it […]

09.6.12
Lease Accounting Changes Coming Down the Pipeline

The proposed change in accounting for leases will apply to all entities, including privately held companies and nonprofit organizations, who […]

08.30.12
Are you compliant with new 401(k) Fee Disclosure Rules?

Jennah Purk, CPA, MST You may have noticed that new rules regarding fee disclosures for retirement plans from the Department […]

08.27.12
Slower refunds next year???

Scott Pinkowski, CPA According to IRS officials, due to the rapidly increasing problem of identity theft, refunds this coming year […]

08.13.12
New ERISA Fee Disclosure Deadline is Looming

Rachel Smith, CPA Do you know those packages that you get from your company’s retirement plan service provider? The ones […]

08.2.12
Missouri Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

Taylor Souder, CPA  It’s that time of year again…summer is winding down, kids will be heading back to school, […]

07.30.12
Missouri Unemployment Loan: It’s Time to Pay the Piper

Sandy Piper, CPA In February of 2009 Missouri began borrowing money from the federal government in order to meet its […]

07.23.12
Healthcare Rebate: What do you do with that check?

Holly Breuer, CPA Because some health insurance providers were deemed to have “overspent” on their 2011 overhead expenses by the […]

07.11.12
Review Your Social Security Claiming Options Early

Jennah Purk, CPA, CHBC The decision on how and when to claim social security benefits is one of the most […]