Articles Tagged - TaxPlanning

End-of-Year Tax Planning: How to Lessen Year-End Stress

By Wiss, Posted in Tax Services

By Laura Melville We are more than halfway through 2017 – and that means the fourth quarter is already on the horizon. When those final three months of this year arrive, it’s time for your business to focus on planning for 2018 in earnest. Unfortunately, many businesses wait to begin year-end planning until then, as well. Your team will already have its hands full preparing budgets and mapping out your company’s strategies for the following year, and an end-of-year tax preparation-planni... read more.

These Cost Recovery Provisions Have Yet to be Renewed

By Wiss, Posted in Tax Services

By Craig Jackson It’s that time of year again, when business owners and accounting firms try to predict which federal depreciation provisions Congress will renew for 2016 — and which will not make the cut. Several depreciation provisions expired at the end of 2014, potentially impacting taxpayers who are accustomed to these accelerated depreciation provisions.  The uncertainty surrounding which provisions will renew has made the tax planning process challenging and unpredictable. To help... read more.

An Evolving Role

By Wiss, Posted in Advisory Services

Look for a diversified skill set when choosing a CFO By Paul Ursich Today’s CFOs need a firm grounding in accounting, financial reporting and tax planning as a starting point. They also need an understanding of computer software systems, a good working relationship with your company’s IT department and the ability to develop company strategies. An effective CFO must also be a smart manager and a team builder who can engage your controller and accounting department. This combination can be dif... read more.