ABCs of Business Valuations for Lawyers
Business valuations provide the user with the financial value of companies, and can be used as a tool for many types of transactions. Most commonly, this process plays an essential role in business sales and legal matters, and can also be of key importance in investors’ personal affairs.
An In-Depth Look into Forensic Accounting
How forensic accountants investigate and uncover fraud, whether it originates from employees, customers or company executives.
Coordinating Business Succession Planning With Estate Planning
A business succession plan provides business owners with the peace of mind that comes with knowing their business will be in good hands when they retire, pass away or otherwise depart from the business. It also offers their family and the business itself a framework for financial and organizational stability during the transition.
Enlisting a Forensic Accountant for Matrimonial Matters
The services offered by forensic accountants and the benefits they provide to courts and lawyers as expert witnesses and consultants.
Owning and Operating a Business: Choosing the Right Entity
The different business entities and some common advantages and disadvantages of them.
Tax Implications for New Businesses
When launching a new business, it’s first necessary to choose the most appropriate business entity. This white paper will discuss the five main types of business entities in which to operate: sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited liability company, C corporation and S corporation.