Lisa Rollings

Economic Incentives You Do Not Want To Miss

There are State and Local Government economic incentives that are often missed by growing new businesses because they do not apply early enough.  Or companies think their project was not large enough or important enough to warrant said incentives. There are specific conditions and events that act as key triggers to help companies determine whether […]

January 26, 2017|
Lisa Rollings

Avoid Hiring Mistakes in Your Business

Making mistakes when staffing your business can turn out to be a disaster.  Consider the following three common errors before making any staffing decisions for your business. Bringing on friends and family to staff your business. In some instances, hiring friends or family may work out, but more often this strategy causes problems in the […]

January 10, 2017|
Lisa Rollings

Customer Spotlight – McGuire Scenic

Customer Spotlight: The Scene, Supporting the Show! Although their work is in the back ground, it truly makes the show. McGuire Scenic is an Indianapolis based scenery design company. Started in 1995, Laura Perlman and her husband Don McGuire dedicated their small business to Don’s father Lester who was a second-generation stage hand. They started […]

November 23, 2016|
Lisa Rollings

IRS Changes Deadline to File W-2 and 1099’s

Issue Number:    IR-2016-143 Reminder: Employers Face New Jan. 31 W-2 Filing Deadline; Some Refunds Delayed Until Feb. 15 IR-2016-143, Oct. 28, 2016 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded employers and small businesses of a new Jan. 31 filing deadline for Forms W-2. The IRS must also hold some refunds until Feb. 15. A new […]

November 3, 2016|
Lynn Greggs

Who’s On Your Team?

Financial decisions can be difficult and may affect both current and future tax bills so having a team of professional advisors ready to help can be a great advantage.  It is wise to make sure your advisors know each other and work well together to achieve the greatest benefit.  During your year-end tax planning coordinating […]

November 1, 2016|
Clara Lehman

Beware of Bogus Charities

When a crisis occurs, you want to help the victims.  Unfortunately, times of crisis are also when con artists are abundant and waiting to take advantage of your generosity.  When you plan to make a donation toward any cause watch for these signs that indicate a charity is likely not authentic. Watch out for the […]

October 10, 2016|
Gregory Simons

Good Debt, Bad Debt: What’s the Difference?

Before incurring debt, ask yourself the following two questions. Does taking on this debt offer any benefits? One might think the best advice would always be to avoid debt. Your financial situation, however, can be enhanced by good debt. A higher salary, for example, may be a result of loans taken to fund a college […]

August 29, 2016|
Lisa Rollings

7 Reasons Why a Smaller CPA Firm is a Great Place to Work

Public Accounting often gets a bad rap. In some situations it is warranted. However, do not dismiss working at a public accounting firm just yet. There is a major difference between a large public CPA firm and a small public CPA firm. Here are 7 reasons why a small CPA Firm is a GREAT place to […]

July 26, 2016|
Lynn Greggs

When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Business Be Prepared?

Do you know how your business would be affected in the event of a disaster?  It may be time to begin planning if you’re not sure.  The following is a quick look at how you can prepare as well as what relief might be available following a disaster. BEFORE DISASTER STRIKES Identify key issues. Begin […]

July 20, 2016|
Jason Saunders

A Quick Recordkeeping Guide

Do you have an overflowing file cabinet?  Are you unsure of what to keep and what to dispose of when it comes to tax information?  Work through the clutter with this quick guide. Expenses – Charitable donation acknowledgements, receipts for employee business expenses, and automobile mileage logs are all needed for verification of deductions.  You […]

June 30, 2016|