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Marist High School Honors MSPC Managing Principal James J. Flannery, CPA

Accountant Receives 2018 St. Marcellin Champagnat Service Award On June 12, 2018 James J. Flannery, CPA was recognized for his contributions to Marist High School to its mission of creating a community of lifelong, faith-filled learners who are prepared to take their places as enlightened, educated members of a complex, diverse society. Flannery believes the…

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Tax Reform Update

On February 7, 2018, MSPC presented a webinar on the recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 which represents the most significant change to the United States tax laws in over thirty years. This webinar includes an overview of some of the most important individual and business-related provisions of this tax reform, and how they…

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Cranford-Based MSPC Certified Public Accountants and Advisors, P.C. Acquires Ennis Hargadon LLC

Effective January 1, 2018, Cliffside Park accounting firm Ennis Hargadon has merged with MSPC Certified Public Accountants and Advisors, P.C. The addition of two principals brings MSPC’s partner count to 11 and the firm’s total head count to 67. Driving the merger was both organizations’ extensive knowledge and experience with Employee Benefit Plans and Labor…

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Regulatory News: Taxpayer Deductions

The United States Tax Court (the “Tax Court”) recently issued a significant opinion, that of RERI Holdings I, LLC v. Commissioner, 149 T.C. 1 (2017).  In that case, the taxpayer, on its partnership tax return for the 2003 taxable year, claimed a $33 million charitable contribution deduction stemming from its contribution of property to the…

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New lease accounting rules set to lift debt load by 24%

Companies with chartered-in fleets face changing rules when presenting their accounting statements.Although it will have little impact on actual cash flows, investors and creditors will have to adjust their performance measurements to account for the changes.A year ago, Although it will have little impact on actual cash flows, investors and creditors will have to adjust…

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5 Signs Your Small Business is Ready for a CPA.

Small business owners are used to assuming multiple roles within their companies including working on accounts and sales, human resource tasks, marketing and accounting. This is a common approach because of the lack of resources to hire dedicated professionals for each function. However, when business growth occurs the demands change making it more difficult for…

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Take Advantages of Education-Related Tax Incentives

Tax time – it comes once a year, but unlike the holidays, it’s certainly not as festive or well-received. It can be an anxious period, as taxpayers compile essential documentation showing their income, withholdings, financial transactions (such as a new home purchase or the sale of stocks or bonds), and other meaningful tax-related activities during…

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