“As innovation must be the prime objective in the early stages of a new or growing company, business owners generally focus on the product or service instead of running the business. However, as the business grows and becomes more complex, it is imperative that someone is tasked with focusing on the business itself – analyzing […]
“You don’t want to delay the registration of the trademark with Customs agencies because the trademark’s value and recognition could increase dramatically in a short period of time.” Read the full article here.
The Los Angeles Business Journal named Andrew Rosen as one of the accounting and financial services industries’ 40 in their 40s. Andrew Rosen is part of our Industry Metrics group, which specializes in the operational and financial structures of broadcast and media clients. From the early days, Rosen’s focus has been on advancing his clients’ […]
Right now, the IRS is warning of a “particularly dangerous email scam” that is circulating – W-2 phishing. In the last couple of years, this has become one of the most prevalent (and dangerous) scams that affect the tax industry. How it Works: By using either Business Email Compromise (BEC) or Business Email Spoofing (BES), […]
Updated on 10/13 to add IRS Notice of tax extension to January 31, 2018. Governor Brown has declared a State of Emergency in Napa, Sonoma, Yuba, Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Nevada and Orange counties. More counties are expected. Evacuations have also been issued for parts of Solano County near Fairfield. IRS Filing and payment deadlines disaster relief […]
California AB 1513, which went into effect on January 1, 2016, added section 226.2 to the California Labor Code. The statute establishes standards for compensating “piece-rate” employees for rest and recovery periods and other nonproductive time going forward from the effective date of the statute. Labor Code section 226.2 also establishes a process for employers […]
Recently the Los Angeles Business Journal invited one of our partners, Michael Kaplan, to participate in a roundtable discussion on business accounting. The participants discussed various trends, financial advice and a glimpse into the state of business accounting in 2015. Please click the image to read the article.
On March 17, 2015, SD-3C LLC won a summary judgment of more than $69 million when a federal judge ruled that two Chinese companies and four of its executives were guilty of fraud, trademark infringement, and breach of contract after underreporting sales and royalties on the sale of memory card technology licensed by SD-3C. In […]