MBAF Named a “Best of the Best” Firm By Inside Public Accounting
MBAF has been selected as a Best of the Best firm by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) for 2017. The firm has earned this designation for the last 16 years consecutively. The firm also ranked 40th in the IPA’s Top 100 list of the largest accounting firms in the nation.
Reports show identity theft is on the rise. In 2016 losses from fraud and identity theft reached an all-time high of nearly $16 billion, up 16 percent from 2015. This article explains how to deal with the very real possibility of identity theft, by using a three-pronged approach of: Prevention, Monitoring and Response.
H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, is a wide-ranging proposed tax bill addressing many different aspects of the Internal Revenue Code. This advisory highlights what is included in this proposed legislation for individuals and families as well as businesses.
Is Your Business Eligible for the Employee Retention Tax Credit?
President Trump signed the “Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2017,” providing extensive tax relief measures for victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. One of the most beneficial provisions is an “Employee Retention Tax Credit.” This article explains how to qualify for the credit and how it can benefit your business.
The IRS and the Treasury Department recently announced the withdrawal of proposed new regulations under section 2704 of the tax code. The proposed new regulations would have significantly reduced the “valuation discounts” for gift, estate, and generation-skipping (GST) tax purposes. But, what does revoking the proposal mean for estate planning and who stands to benefit from it?
Congratulations to Tony Argiz on being honored as an Ultimate CEO by the South Florida Business Journal. This award honors top chief executive officers from Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties for their business acumen, leadership skills, and community involvement.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) refers to the integrated management of business processes, such as inventory management, customer relationship management, and marketing and sales. Typically mediated by technology, which is increasingly likely to c ...
Business travel isn’t what it used to be. With conference calls and Web meetings increasingly prevalent, the sheer volume of corporate travelers has probably diminished. But there are still plenty of dedicated “road warriors” on the ...
As you probably know, one of the cornerstones of the Trump administration’s recently released tax reform plan, is a significant cut in the corporate tax (“CIT”) rate. Is a CIT cut worthy of enactment? How does the United States stat ...