Auditing Work in Progress

Many types of businesses — such as homebuilders and manufacturers — turn raw materials into finished products for customers. Production is a continuous process. So, any work that’s been started but isn’t yet completed before the end of the accounting period is reported as work in progress (WIP) under U.S.

2021-07-20T11:40:12-06:00July 20th, 2021|

Manage Your Supply Chain Risks

When the COVID-19 crisis exploded in March, among the many concerns was the state of the nation’s supply chains. Business owners are no strangers to such worry. It’s long been known that, if too much of a company’s supply chain is concentrated (that is, dependent) on one thing, that business

2021-04-12T14:53:50-06:00September 15th, 2020|

R&D Tax Credit for Manufacturers

Many manufacturing companies fail to take advantage of the generous research and development (R&D) tax credit simply because they don’t have staff working in a lab. The Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) definition of R&D is codified at Internal Revenue Code Section 41 and its related regulations — and it may

2021-04-12T14:55:07-06:00October 1st, 2019|
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