Weekends don’t count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless. -Bill Watterson, Cartoonist (Calvin & Hobbes) You don’t have to be on-point all the time. Good stuff from Travis. Not sure you can do this with the 10/15 deadline staring at us, but if you can’t plan on implementing right after. Successful people […]
AICPA’s survey on issues facing CPA firms. Check out the comment on Millennials – John’s talking about YOU. It has been a long time, but U.S. accounting firms are again dealing with a full-fledged talent shortage. This, according to the 2015 Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS) CPA Firm Top Issues survey. With the 2008 […]
Does this sound familiar? Unfortunately, I see this today in the Accounting industry much more than I saw it as a young engineer in the Construction industry. Good insights from Liz, though: I’ve been to hundreds of leadership workshops. Very seldom if ever do we talk about managerial integrity. We don’t talk about how easy […]
The best part about doing cost seg is filling out the Form 3115! Not really. But let’s talk about it anyway. The Form 3115 – Application for Change in Accounting Method is used for many reasons. Remember, for cost seg, much of the form is irrelevant. We help you with it when you run an […]
We used to think cost segregation studies were too expensive and too time consuming to be beneficial to the client, but Titan Echo was user friendly and made it a breeze.
Ryan Boge, CPAPartner | Boge, Wybenga & Bradley, P.C.