The Accounting Treatment of Change Orders

by Tim Ayler, CPA | Partner, Director Construction Services Group Change orders are a common occurrence for most contractors. Although it is common, the treatment of change orders in the accounting system is something that is not always done correctly. Sometimes change orders go without pricing even though the work is defined and costs are incurred. ...

Health Care Bill 2010 – Part 2 – Impact on Individuals

by Marie Jett, CPA | Manager, Tax Services Group and Member of the Manufacturing & Distribution Services Group In the last e-newsletter issue, we looked at the Health Care Bill and its affect on businesses. This time we are discussing the affect this legislation has on individuals and the many tax law changes this bill has brought about. Specifically ...

Health Care Bill 2010 – Part 1 – Impact on Businesses

by Marie Jett, CPA | Manager, Tax Services Group and Member of the Manufacturing & Distribution Services Group The recently enacted health care legislation bill requires applicable large employers (50 or more employees) to offer and contribute to their workers’ health insurance or pay a penalty. Small employers who offer health coverage may ...