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Rising Above the Chaos Consider: Receivables from Large Corporate Customers   We have a fast update on what we are hearing globally for you to judge if and how it may impact your business. We corresponded with the director of finance of a multinational healthcare company today. They are bending over backward to get payments… Read more »

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Tax implications for Common Types of Crowdfunding More and more small business and startup company owners are turning to crowdfunding in the hopes of generating cash as well as creating a buzz around their business.  Websites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo make it super easy to find a platform to launch your project, however it… Read more »

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Fake charities make 2018 ‘Dirty Dozen’ list; Taxpayers should be alert to scams involving disasters, worthwhile cause WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service warned taxpayers against scam groups masquerading as charitable organizations, luring people to make donations to groups or causes that don’t actually qualify for a tax deduction. These ‘fake’ charities attempt to attract donations… Read more »

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Now that the dust is beginning to settle on the release of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a big taxpayer concern I’ve encountered is the loss of a tax benefit from charitable contributions.  But alas! In certain situations your tax benefit may not have disappeared for either individuals or business owners! First thing is… Read more »

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The Kane Family is hosting a Column of Hope picnic for those affected by Chiari, syringomyela and related disorders including Ehlers-Danlos syndrome on Sunday July 8, 2018.  This is a relaxed, enjoyable evening that allows the Buffalo medical community, families, friends and patients to share experiences. Read more about the event in the West Seneca… Read more »

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This post is geared for college students considering taking the CPA exam  – because as everything in life, it all comes down to planning and looking ahead! The first part of the post is geared towards first and second year college students. The remainder focuses on strategies to study for the CPA exam that I… Read more »