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Contractors Have Options When it Comes to Financing

By Alicia Rader, CPA, Manager, Audit and Other Assurance Services and Member of the Construction Services Group and Tim Ayler, CPA, Partner, Audit and Other Assurance Services and Team Leader of the Construction Services Group Relying on credit to cover lean times during projects or payment delays should not be a habit. But, for many construction ...

Heartbleed SSL Vulnerability

By Rich Wagoner, CITP.CPA | Principal, Technology Services Group By now, I am sure you have heard the local news and global coverage related to the SSL Heartbleed Bug (heartbleed.com).  Many of the popular sites you regularly use were susceptible to this vulnerability.  This vulnerability could allow an attacker to read sensitive personal ...

Senate Finance Committee Issues Tax Extenders

by Larry K. Greenwalt, CPA, Chairman of the Board and Anita Sherman, CPA, Managing Partner Below are the two most critical updates.  We recommend you review these extensions as they may apply to you and talk to us as to what personal and business impact they have. Individual Provision Tax-free distributions from individual retirement plan for ...

If You are Still Using Windows XP and Office 2003, You Need to Take Action Now

by Rich Wagoner, CITP.CPA | Director of Technology Services Are you still running Windows XP or Office 2003? If so, here is some information from Microsoft about its end or life/support. Windows 7 has proven to be a reliable business operating system and Windows 8 is beginning to gain momentum in the business world as well. What is end of support? After ...

Let the Numbers Roll

8 Ways to Make Your Not-for-Profit Accounting Function More Efficient by Jennifer McVey and Amanda Meko, CPA | Team Members of the Not-for-Profit Services Group Efficiency. Competence. Productivity. We all want these things in the workplace. And there’s no area where efficiency, competence, and productivity is more important than in accounting. ...

Ensure Your Construction Company’s Existence with a Buy-Sell Agreement

Tim Ayler, CPA | Partner, Audit and Other Assurance Services and Team Leader of the Construction Services Group The very existence of a business could be jeopardized by an ownership change. That is why a buy-sell agreement should play a key role in every contractor’s succession plan. Have you considered how to handle the departure, expected ...

Required Minimum Distributions for Retirement Plans – Things You May Not be Aware of

by Jim Wagner, CPA and Andrew Rutherford | Team Member of the Tax Services Group Are you retiring or turning 70 years young this year and have questions regarding required minimum distributions from your IRA or qualified retirement plan? If so, you will want to read this article that covers some unique issues pertaining to required minimum distributions. “Required ...

Older PCs Diminish Employee Productivity

By Rich Wagoner, CITP.CPA | Principal, Director of Technology When improving employee productivity is among the top business priorities of a small business, it is natural to assume that the businesses explore all options to achieve their priorities. However, in the daily grind of work sometimes cost reduction solutions staring in their face get ...

Marie Jett, CPA Promoted to Principal at Greenwalt CPAs

Greenwalt CPAs is delighted to announce that Marie Jett has been promoted to Principal at the firm effective January 1, 2014. Marie specializes in providing services to manufacturing and distribution companies, professional service organizations, small business clients and estates and trusts. Marie is a 1999 graduate from Indiana University and started ...