IRS Proposes New Regulation on Qualified Business Income

What Cryptocurrency Could Mean for Your Business

As cryptocurrencies evolve and their number expands, consumers, businesses and investors are examining the best way to integrate cryptocurrency use into their operational strategies. How can you determine if your company should embrace this new frontier? Perhaps the best way to start is by examining how cryptocurrency might impact your business’s bottom line. This article provides a closer look at some key areas where digital currencies offer potential benefits and risks.

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MBAF Named a 2018 'Best of the Best' Firm by Inside Public Accounting

MBAF Ranked Top “Best Of The Best” Firm By Inside Public Accounting for 2018

MBAF has achieved the No. 1 spot on INSIDE Public Accounting’s Top 5 Best of the Best list out of more than 500 firms. In addition, MBAF was also recognized as a Firm of Distinction, having been named to the Best of the Best list for 17 consecutive years!

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Webinar: Adopting the New Revenue Recognition Standard

Webinar: Adopting the New Revenue Recognition Standard

What Changes to Expect and How it Will Affect Your Company

The FASB’s new standard presents major changes to the manner in which companies account for revenue. Please join MBAF on Thursday, October 11th for a webinar that reviews the current transition guidance, discusses areas of significant change, and shares how your company can prepare.


 

How the New Tax Law Affects 529 Plans

How the New Tax Law Affects 529 Plans

For many years, 529 college savings plans have offered a tax-favored way to save for higher education. Before 2018, eligible educational institutions included only post-secondary institutions. Under the new tax law, 529 plans are no longer limited to higher education at a post-secondary institution. Now they can be used for elementary and secondary education, as well.

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Superstar Aretha Franklin's Death an Object Lesson in Estate Planning

Superstar Aretha Franklin’s Death an Object Lesson in Estate Planning

Legendary singer Aretha Franklin left behind a legacy of amazing music beloved by millions. Unfortunately, however, what she failed to leave behind was a will. The Queen of Soul amassed millions of dollars in her decades spanning musical career, but according to reports, she “left no will or trust to manage her assets after her death.”

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Have You Made Your Burial Wishes Clear?

Have You Made Your Burial Wishes Clear?

It may be difficult to consider, but funeral arrangements are a critical component of your estate plan. Failure to clearly communicate your wishes regarding the disposition of your remains can lead to tension, disputes, and even litigation among your family members during what is already a difficult time.

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21st Century Estate Planning Accounts for Digital Assets

21st Century Estate Planning Accounts for Digital Assets

Even though you can’t physically touch digital assets, they’re just as important to include in your estate plan as your material assets. Digital assets may include online bank and brokerage accounts, digital photo galleries, and even email and social media accounts. This article discusses the importance of addressing these assets in your estate plan.

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