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3 Affordable Care Act Taxes Postponed by Congress

On January 22, President Trump signed into law a short-term government funding bill. It ended the brief government shutdown by funding the federal government through February 8. It also suspends the following Affordable Care Act (ACA) taxes, which were designed to help fund health care coverage provided under the ACA.

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting to Sell a Business

by: Raymond Chang, CPA avoid these 5 surprises when preparing your business for sale As the CFO of a company that is likely to be sold in the near term, it makes good sense to perform some due diligence about the sales process, well before you meet the buyer. The CFO’s role in a business…

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Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP Names James Graff Partner

graff specializes in manufacturing and distribution, beverage industry   As part of its transition to a new generation of leadership, CPA and business advisory firm Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP announced the admittance of James Graff, CPA, to the partnership, effective January 1st, 2018. James “Jim” Graff, 36, joined MWE as a staff accountant…

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MWE Advisor January Highlights

January highlights from The MWE Advisor newsletter include: a closer look at some lesser-known business tax provisions under the new law, why the manufacturing industry requires more technology education and how the work world is changing with Millennials.

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How the Work World is Changing with Millennials

Definitions of the Millennial generation vary, but basically these are people who, today, range from 20 to 36 years old. Their distinctive characteristics are attributed to two primary factors: Most were raised by highly attentive Baby Boomer parents, and Instant communication via electronic technology has been ubiquitous.

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Avoiding Late Employee Elective 401(k) Contributions

Transferring your employees’ 401(k) contributions to your checking account on payroll dates could save you a headache. Tired of your auditors telling you that employee elective contributions to your 401(k) plan are late? Upset when the auditors issue that Internal Control Deficiency letter explaining that your failure to timely remit such contributions resulted in a…

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