Tag Archives: New Jersey

HOW TO ENSURE YOUR FUNCTIONAL EXPENSE ANALYSIS ACCURATELY DEPICTS YOUR ACTIVITIES

By: Amy Guerra, CPA The financial statement presentation for not-for-profit entities (NFP) experienced an overhaul with Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-14, “Not-for-Profit Entities (Topic 958): Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities.”  Prior to the ASU, only voluntary health and welfare organizations had a requirement to include the statement of functional expenses as part of Read More…

WORTHLESS STOCK MAY PROVIDE A TAX BENEFIT

The disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have driven significant losses for many businesses, causing some to permanently close. Owners of these and other distressed businesses should consider whether they are eligible for a deduction attributable to an investment in worthless stock. Generally, if the stock is a capital asset and becomes wholly worthless during Read More…

BKC WELCOMES ARRIAN URETA AS AUDIT MANAGER

BKC, CPAs, PC, a full-service accounting firm with offices in Flemington & Woodstown, New Jersey welcomes Arrian Ureta, MBA as an Audit/Assurance Manager. Arrian has a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management/Concentration in Accounting, and a Masters of Business Administration with a Concentration in Public Administration and is acquiring her Certified Public Accounting license.  Arrian Read More…

NJEDA SMALL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM

On October 20, 2021, the Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will open applications for the new Small Business Improvement Grant Lease Program.  This is the first of several programs that the NJEDA will be rolling out, as part of the Main Street Recovery Program.  $15 million dollars has been allocated to the Business Lease Program, with Read More…

C-CORPORATION, S-CORPORATION OR PARTNERSHIP; WHICH ENTITY MAKES THE MOST SENSE FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

The choice of entity is among the most important decisions facing business owners when starting a business or investment activity. The choice of tax entity generally includes a C-Corporation, S-Corporation or Partnership, each having its own advantages and disadvantages that must be evaluated in terms of how the entity’s tax and legal characteristics align with Read More…