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Meet Our Team: Mark A. Rossetti, CMI

September 18, 2018 BMF InsightsInfoLetterMeet Our Team BMF

In many ways, Mark’s a repairman. As a dedicated senior manager in the firm’s state and local tax (SALT) practice, Mark often works with clients on correcting oversights, handling liens and audits, and installing compliance practices for proper recognition. Read More >>

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InfoLetter Fall 2018

September 18, 2018 InfoLetter BMF

Welcome to the 2018 Fall Edition of Infoletter! Check out some of the timely topics we’ve highlighted below. Read More >>

BMF Insights: Leveraging Strengths

“You need to be more well-rounded.” “You need to focus on your weaknesses.” “You need to be more like this and less like that.” Like most of us, you’ve likely heard these statements echoed throughout your professional career, if. Read More >>

About Our Staff – Fall 2018

September 18, 2018 BMF InsightsInfoLetter BMF

To support the continued growth of our practice, we are pleased to announce the following additions to our professional staff: Sarah Dauerman, senior audit accountant, graduated from Ohio University and spent the past three years at a Columbus-based regional. Read More >>

Take Control: Your Nonprofit’s Future Starts with a Strategic Plan

Every organization can benefit from a strategic plan that defines its mission and values and outlines strategic goals and the steps necessary to achieve them. Frequent adjustments and updates can keep the plan relevant to your changing environment. If. Read More >>

4 Questions to Ask Before Hiring Household Help

When you hire someone to work in your home, you may become an employer. Thus, you may have specific tax obligations, such as withholding and paying Social Security and Medicare (FICA) taxes, and possibly federal and state unemployment insurance.. Read More >>

Leases and Contract Revenue: Get ready to roll out the new accounting standards

Two major accounting rule changes will soon go into effect — and they’re expected to have major impacts on how many manufacturers and distributors report their financial results. Here are the details, including what’s changing, when the changes must. Read More >>

Nasty Numbers: 7 red flags to watch out for in your financial statements

Financial statements show not only where a construction company stands financially, but also where it may be headed. Contractors who work with their financial advisors to analyze their statements can often catch problems early on — before they turn. Read More >>

Partner’s Perspective: Should You Change Your Business – or Transform it?

As the market and technological needs evolve, every company needs to change in some way. There’s even a formal term for the undertaking: “change management.” From an operational standpoint, change involves opening the hood and switching out old engine. Read More >>

401(k) Plan Loans: What Are Employees’ Options When They Depart?

Employees who have outstanding 401(k) plan loans when they leave their job are sometimes faced with the difficult quandary of needing to repay the loan in full within 60 days of termination of employment. If the loan isn’t repaid. Read More >>