Forecasts and Projections

You know you need to plan for the future if you want to succeed. You must consider management strategies, prepare budgets and plan for alternative funding possibilities. An important part of the planning process is preparing financial statements that attempt to predict the outcome of your future business activities. These documents can be based on your expectations of how your business is currently operating (forecast) or on a hypothetical assumption about your business's future actions (projections). Whether you are considering launching a new product or service, purchasing a new piece of equipment, or a merger or acquisition, our team of professionals has the experience and knowledge to help your company achieve its financial goals.

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IRS Audit Selections

March 31, 2017

Of the 1,034,955 individual income tax returns audited in FY 2016, roughly 36.7% (380,260) were selected for examination on the basis of an earned income tax credit (EITC) claim. Only 23.6% of...

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