2010 Recipient of Above & Beyond Award

Greenwalt CPAs has been chosen as a 2010 recipient of the "Above & Beyond" Award from the Indiana Committee, Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR). Greenwalt CPAs was nominated by SFC Danny Riley, whose wife works at Greenwalt CPAs.

Accelerate Company Performance by Assigning Mentors to Your Staff

by Larry K. Greenwalt, CPA, Managing Partner What is the difference between business mentoring and coaching? There can be some confusion between the two especially since often what a mentor does is coach. A mentor is generally someone who has the industry-specific expertise. It is someone that the mentee admires in their profession for their knowledge ...

HIRE Act Provides Valuable Tax Incentives to Businesses

by Jim Wagoner, CPA | Partner, Director of Tax Services The Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) act, signed into law March 18, provides tax incentives for hiring and retaining workers and purchasing equipment and many other business assets.

One in Five Have Generated Business from…

Business can be generated from social media and we know that there have been a lot of articles written and a lot of discussions regarding social media. We would just like to ask a couple of questions before you dismiss yet another article on this topic. Is your business blocking Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social networking sites? By doing ...

Beware of Phony IRS Fax Requests

Recently, a fax stating to be from the IRS has been making its way around. It claims that, due to “inefficiencies and irregularities perpetrated by some tax preparation experts”, you are due a small tax refund. All they need in return, is detailed financial information from you. Don’t be fooled – this is a scam. The IRS does not correspond via unsolicited ...

What a Private Manufacturer Should Know about SOX

by Rex Miller, CPA | Partner, Team Member of Manufacturing and Distribution Services If you think the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) doesn’t apply to your closely held manufacturing company, think again. Granted, you’re not required by law to comply with SOX provisions — only publicly traded companies are held to its corporate governance and financial reporting ...