MBAF Named Top Accounting Firm by South Florida Billings
The South Florida Business Journal listed MBAF as the top “Accounting Firm by South Florida Billings” and one of the top “Accounting Firms by South Florida CPAS”. MBAF’s gross billings for 2016 totaled $94 million.
Hurricane Harvey and Irma have left a wake of not only destruction, but confusion when it comes to taxes. How do I know I’m eligible for disaster relief? What federal tax filings and tax payments qualify for the postponement? Will interest and penalties also be waived? This FAQ document answers these questions and more, and will help you understand the tax implications and taxpayer relief programs as a result of these storms.
Hurricane Irma victims in parts of Florida and elsewhere have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced Tuesday, Sept. 12th. This relief parallels that granted last month to victims of Hurricane Harvey.
MBAF was recently named one of Accounting Today’s 2017 Best Accounting Firms to Work for.MBAF was selected amongst hundreds of applicants as a best place to work because of its commitment to its employees and the accounting industry. This recognition comes off the heels of MBAF being selected as a 2017 Best Place to Work finalist by South Florida Business Journal.
This year’s Greater Miami Executive Survey uncovered optimism about business in the Miami market, and key issues that business leaders share. Do businesses plan on hiring? What are the most important issues they face? Where are they planning on investing? Find out and learn why 77% expect good things to come!
During the first six months of President Trump’s administration, the focus on deregulation has been centered on repealing or revamping Dodd-Frank. The rhetoric driving the deregulation push is job creation and economic growth. However, if the true goal of deregulation is to spur economic activity and create jobs, then President Trump and his administration may want to peer further into history.
Download the PDF version of this advisory As Florida residents and business owners who are still recovering from Irma well know, hurricanes are large-scale, destructive events that can inflict damage over a large area with little warning. Thousands h ...
Hurricane Harvey and Irma have left a wake of not only destruction, but confusion when it comes to taxes. The IRS has expanded taxpayer relief programs and other assistance. MBAF is here to help you understand the tax implications and programs now in ...
Hurricane Irma victims in parts of Florida and elsewhere have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced Tuesday, Sept. 12th. This relief parallels th ...