Finance Corner:

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    Paul Cody, CPA, MBA | President & CEO

    Posts by Paul Cody, CPA, MBA | President & CEO :

    5 Tips for Tax Season

    By | on 11, Mar 2022 |   Practice Tips Blog

    As the 2022 tax deadline draws nearer, now is the time to get your firm’s financials in order and ready to file. While doing so, it’s useful to also consider strategic initiatives your firm plans to u[...] Read More

    Tax season’s delayed, but here’s how your firm can prepare now

    By | on 13, Apr 2020 |   Practice Insights

    The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department are extending a number of tax deadlines for individuals, trusts, estates, corporations and others due to the impact of the novel coronavirus. I[...] Read More

    3 Questions to Jumpstart Your Year-End Planning

    By | on 02, Dec 2019 |   Preparing for the Future

    The holiday season is rapidly approaching—which means year-end is right around the corner. Looking ahead to 2020, it’s prudent to start planning for the future of your firm now. This is your opportuni[...] Read More

    3 Tips to Help Tackle Year-End Planning

    By | on 03, Dec 2018 |   What to Expect Post-Closing

    The holidays are almost in full swing. Don’t get lost in the shuffle—now is the time to start prepping for the New Year and get your law firm’s financial plan in order. Read More

    Decoding the Code: How Tax Reform May Impact Your Contingent Fee Practice

    By | on 30, Jul 2018 |   What to Expect Post-Closing

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) reformed the tax code with the aim of bolstering the American economy by, among other things, lowering the corporate rate. Read More

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