Farkouh, Furman & Faccio, LLP (“FF&F”), a leading boutique accounting and advisory firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Hunter Norton to Partner. Norton joined FF&F in 2013 as Tax Director. He has extensive expertise in tax planning for international businesses and individuals. Additionally, he is FF&F’s primary expert
This article discusses some of the basics that you can capitalize on to ensure that the succession of your business is as easy and efficient as possible. For example, tips such as communicating early, defining goals, and establishing a talent development program are all important things to consider when handing
This article discusses some of the best practices that you can incorporate into your startup or general business to keep adequate clients and customers surrounding your business. Whether it is superior customer service, being open and honest, and/or rewarding great work, these tips can set you apart from the competition.
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This article discusses the most recent announcement from the Federal Reserve Board. This is significant for small businesses because the minimum loan amount went from $250,000 to $100,000 on three Main Street loan facilities. Additionally, they published a frequently asked clarification document that answers questions concerning the paycheck protection program.
This article discusses how, although hiring a CPA for your small business comes with a cost, the pros may outweigh the cons in this situation. For example, hiring a CPA will allow you to save precious time and can be used as a trusted source for support. Additionally, your accountant
The article discusses a recent publication from the IRS in response to multiple requests from stakeholders asking for guidance on self-certifications. Additionally, it outlines what is required within the report as well as the effective dates of this revision. Check out this article for more information! To view this article,
This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic, and in particular, telecommuting, has raised a new set of problems for managers in terms of company fraud. Working from home has its benefits, but as a company owner or manager, it also has a lot of risks. Tools to fight fraud have
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