LEASE ACCOUNTING: It’s He-e-e-e-r-e!

Yes, the change in accounting for leases is finally here. What has been the law of the land for public companies since 2018 is now required for private companies whose…

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TRENDING CALIFORNIA TAX NEWS: A BITE AT THE BOTTOM…NOW A BITE AT THE TOP?

California Senator Bob Hertzberg (D – San Fernando Valley) proposed January 12th, a sales tax on professional, construction, financial and agricultural services, as a part of a plan to raise…

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FRAUD AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

The larger an organization grows, the more complex its operations become. While growth is the sought-after goal of business, that success brings with it a heightened risk of fraud.  Fraud…

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LOOK BEHIND THE FACADE WITH INTERNATIONAL ACQUISITIONS

The recent announcement of the enormous write-down ($8.8 billion, with a “b”) by Hewlett-Packard in their acquisition of British software company, “Autonomy”, reminds us of the additional care that must…

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