Any business can be at risk for fraud, so it is essential to implement measures to protect your interests and those of your employees. Adopting best practices and implementing internal controls is the best way to achieve this.
In this webinar, Dan Krol, CPA, Audit Partner, and Andrew Swords, Senior Accountant, discuss GASB Statement No. 87 Leases.
In this webinar, Dan Krol, CPA and Audit Partner with Bowers & Company, CPAs, discusses FASB ASU 2016-02 Leases (Topic 842).
An estimated tax deposit is due June 15, 2022 for owners of NYS S-Corporations and Partnerships that opted into New York State’s Pass-Through Entity Tax regime.
In today’s business world, businesses aim to achieve set goals. However, there can be numerous threats hindering those goals. To prevent and correct these threats, businesses should assess Internal Controls to help safeguard the company’s interests and stop fraudulent activities.
As part of the NYS Fiscal Year 2023 budget, effective for tax years beginning in 2022, there are now two classes of S Corporations for purposes of the NY PTET calculation.
Bowers & Company CPAs has been named one of Central New York’s Best Places to Work in 2022. This is the fourth year that Bowers & Company CPAs has made this prestigious list of CNY employers.
The pandemic has led to more businesses outsourcing essential services like accounting, marketing, Human Resources, and more. But just because everyone is doing it, is it the right move for your business?
Whether project-based or a permanent solution, having a CFO within the organization helps not-for-profits achieve financial goals. Let’s look at three distinct ways a CFO can help not-for-profits.
Whether starting a new business or growing an existing business, tracking overall income and expenditure is critical. Bookkeeping services have become essential as accurate work and reporting become emphasized.