Kaufman Rossin Named the #1 ‘Best Place to Work’ in South Florida

Kaufman Rossin was has been awarded first place in the large company category at the 2017 “Best Places to Work” competition hosted by the South Florida Business Journal.

Kaufman Rossin Recognized Among Top 10 Best Accounting Firms

Kaufman Rossin has been recognized as one of the “Top 10 Best Accounting Firms in Miami” by Advisory HQ.

Kaufman Rossin Promotes Four Professionals to Manager

Kaufman Rossin, one of the Top 100 CPA and advisory firms in the U.S., announced today the promotion of four supervisors to manager.

Blain Heckaman Recognized as 2017 South Florida Power Leader

Blain Heckaman, CPA, managing principal of Kaufman Rossin, was named one of the 2017 South Florida Power Leaders by the South Florida Business Journal (SFBJ).

Kaufman Rossin Welcomes Dr. Reggie Padin as KRU Director

Kaufman Rossin, one of the largest independent accounting firms in Florida, today announced the addition of Dr. Reggie R. Padin as the firm’s Director of Learning and Development and Dean of Kaufman Rossin University (KRU).

6 Proposed Tax Changes that Could Affect High-Net-Worth Individuals

With tax season officially here, many Americans are wondering how the new presidential administration will affect their tax bill going forward.

Reducing External Audit Fees by Leveraging the Internal Audit Function

In our post Sarbanes-Oxley world, a rigorous external audit is essential for maintaining public confidence in our economic system. However, the audit is often viewed as costly, both in terms of dollars and other corporate financial resources committed to its annual performance.

What is a Tax Audit?

With the beginning of tax season just a few weeks away, many business owners will soon be turning their attention to their tax returns. One concern that inevitably creeps into many taxpayers’ minds is the possibility of being audited by the IRS.

The future of family offices: Regulation and the right location

The fittest adapt to survive. Increased scrutiny and legislative pressures for transparency are transforming the family office industry.

Catching the Drift: Legal and Practical Considerations for Hedge Fund Managers Who Deviate from Their Stated Investment Strategy

Strategy shifts, or style drift, in which a manager deviates from the fund’s disclosed investment strategy, can occur for any number of reasons, under a variety of circumstances and to varying degrees of materiality.

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