Kaufman Rossin Debuts New Brand

We’ve evolved dramatically, and we think it’s about time to show it. So this week we’re excited to launch the new Kaufman Rossin brand, which embraces our evolution and our focus on the future. We’ve gone beyond the traditional accounting firm, and we intend to continue on that path. Our firm

Tax Planning: Preparing Your Business for Affordable Care Act Requirements

As the end of January approaches, it is now time to focus on tax planning issues for your business. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) – the single largest change to the tax code in 20 years – is creating the need for major adjustments for companies of all sizes.

Law Firms: Consider These High-Risk Areas to Avoid an IRS Audit!

The IRS is feeling the effects of government budget cuts, leaving the agency short-handed for the upcoming tax season. But if you think this means you won’t have to worry about the possibility of an audit, think again.

Mindfulness Training: Exploring the Benefits of Living in the Moment

Does your mind wander when you need to focus most? Would you like to be able to reduce stress, stop worrying and increase your productivity? Yes? Join the club. You – like the rest of us – could probably benefit from mindfulness training.

QuickBooks Tip: Accurately Applying Customer Payments

Have you ever run a list of open customer invoices only to find it crowded with invoices you know your customers have already paid? The culprit could be an error in the way your customer payments are being recorded.

IRS Concludes Certain Investment Activities Give Rise to U.S. Trade or Business

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently released a Chief Counsel Advice (CCA) memo addressing whether certain lending and stock underwriting activities of a foreign partnership (fund) conducted on its behalf through its U.S. fund manager constitute a U.S. trade or business.

Kaufman Rossin in the Community: Dress for Success

Kaufman Rossin’s Jessica Delacruz talks about her involvement with a nonprofit organization.

What Broker-Dealers and RIAs Should Know About SEC Cyber Security Exams

When the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) announced Examination Priorities for 2014, it was clear that the agency has increased its focus on cyber security.

15 Ways for Millennials to Save Money in 2015

Whether you’re planning to buy a home, take a trip, go to grad school or start a family this year, here are 15 ways you can start saving for your goals.

Tax Planning: Tax Extenders and What They Mean for Your Business

On December 16th, the U.S. Senate passed a bill to renew dozens of temporary tax breaks commonly referred to as “tax extenders.” Congress voted to retroactively extend those benefits through tax-year 2014 only.