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9 ways to finance an acquisition

9 ways to finance an acquisition

Acquiring another company can be an effective way to grow your business, but transactions typically require capital.  Not only may funds be needed for the initial purchase but also for the integration of the businesses, equipment upgrades, personnel changes, relocations, and new sales and marketing initiatives.  In this article, we will discuss nine different types of acquisition financing you should consider. 
The State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI)

The State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI)

The State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) was reauthorized and allocated $10 billion in funding to help underserved entrepreneurs and small businesses access much-needed debt and equity capital. Learn about the program and how it may help your small business.
Evaluating auditing firms

Evaluating auditing firms

With big plans for the future, growing private companies need auditors with the experience and insights to take the journey with them.
Back-to-school consumer business outlook: Return of the discount

Back-to-school consumer business outlook: Return of the discount

To address inventory surplus, back-to-school shoppers can expect the return of the discount as companies must flush excess inventory.
Overview and Benefits of a Stock Option Plan

Overview and Benefits of a Stock Option Plan

A stock option plan can be used to align the interests of employees and shareholders, and attract and retain talented workers. This video will cover the basics of a stock option plan and how your company may benefit from having one.
Latest jobless claims and producer inflation show upside surprises

Latest jobless claims and producer inflation show upside surprises

New filings for jobless benefits last week rose by 3.8% to 244,000 while producer inflation rose by a surprisingly strong 1.1% in June.
How the proposed SEC climate disclosure rules may affect public companies and their vendors

How the proposed SEC climate disclosure rules may affect public companies and their vendors

In the spring of 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission released a proposal for new rules that would require publicly traded companies to disclose their climate-related risks and climate-related financial metrics in companies’ audited financial statements. The proposed rules affect both SEC registrants and companies that provide goods and services to registrants.
Changes to the treatment of R&E expenditure under Section 174

Changes to the treatment of R&E expenditure under Section 174

Changes to the way that research and experimentation (R&E) expenses are treated under Section 174 of the Internal Revenue Code became effective as of January 1, 2022. Learn about these changes and how they might affect your business.
State tax law changes for the first quarter of 2022

State tax law changes for the first quarter of 2022

A summary of important updates for determining deferred tax provision under ASC 740 for the quarter ending March 31, 2022.
Is your business ready for the new lease accounting standard?

Is your business ready for the new lease accounting standard?

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The SBA steps in again: new rule makes changes to borrower forgiveness

The SBA steps in again: new rule makes changes to borrower forgiveness

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<h2>Proposed Changes to 1031 Exchanges for Real Estate Investors</h2><br>

Proposed Changes to 1031 Exchanges for Real Estate Investors


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<h2>Is your business ready for the new lease accounting standard?</h2><br>

Is your business ready for the new lease accounting standard?


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Estate Planning and Potential Tax Changes: What you Should Know

Estate Planning and Potential Tax Changes: What you Should Know

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