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Start-up Companies, Payroll Taxes, and R&D Credits: What’s the Connection?
By Jonathan Tretter, CPA on December 6, 2016

Cash is king in the early days of a new company, and you may be able to use federal R&D credits to generate much needed cash during the initial years of your new company. R&D and the QSB...

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Obama Emphasizes Individuals, Targets Business Tax Incentives in FY 2015 Budget
By Mark Stebbins on April 1, 2014

As we approach the tax day deadline, we’ve compiled a summary of proposed changes to taxlaw that will affect you next tax season. President Obama renewed his call for expanding child,...

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Buffalo Competition Gets Buffalo Billion off the Ground Running
By Freed Maxick on February 11, 2014

By: Don Warrant, CPA Director On February 5th, 2014, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the largest business competition in the United States; “43North”.The competition—named after the...

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What Asset Based Lenders Should Know About Lending to Startup Businesses
By Freed Maxick on June 13, 2013

Be Wary: Not All Startups are Worth the Risk Author: Eric Adornetto, Supervising Field Examiner While entrepreneurship is the pinnacle of free enterprise in the United States, almost all ...

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JOBS Act Amended- Its Impact on Crowdfunding
By Joe Burwick, CPA on May 6, 2013

By Joe Burwick, CPACrowdfunding is not a new concept, as grassroots fundraising dates back to 1997. But with new platforms, like that of IndieGoGo and Kickstarter, crowdfunding has gained...

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How a Company’s Value Can Change When an Executive Leaves
By Ron Soluri Jr., CPA, CVA on April 16, 2013

What to Do When One Employee Holds the Key to Business Value Author: Ron Soluri Jr. A company’s earnings and cash flows can suffer significantly when an executive or other critical...

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