The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected many businesses and their ability to function. Office closures and staff reductions can hamper a business’s ability to have immediate access to up-to-date financial information which is essentia
One of the most important roles a CFO plays relative to a business’s success, is in establishing and maintaining a good relationship with a banker. This relationship is vital and should provide the company with access to short term loans
One of the biggest challenges that causes leaders to struggle is the inability or unwillingness to delegate. In many cases, leaders think they can only succeed by delegating to someone who can replicate their performance.
Our CFO Advisory Services Team is often asked, “What can we do about the high costs of employee health insurance and benefit plans?”, and our response is, “have you looked into a PEO?”
The outcome of the November 2020 election will likely prompt wealthy individuals and families to identify, assess and mitigate potential legal and tax risks when it comes to their personal tax and estate planning. Join Prager Metis and McC
Own one or more foreign subsidiaries? Learn more about cross-border tax planning options from our team of experts. Last week, Fernando R. Lopez presented to fellow GGI Members where he provided an update on 2020 Regulatory Developments
Very often the Chief Financial Officer of a business spends a good deal of time functioning as a Controller: performing month-end closings, comparative financials, overseeing books and records, etc. While the day to day financial function
Don’t miss Karen H. Kerby as she joins the NYSSCPA’s Alternative Investment Fund Conference for a live webcast on November 19th. Karen will moderate a panel of industry experts and discuss financial reporting matters in the midst and afterm
One of the most obvious consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the large reduction in revenue for businesses. Restructuring and reducing staff may have been necessary steps to surviving and keeping the doors open.
Foreign companies and startups looking to expand into the U.S. market must consider a number of factors, including entity structuring and taxation issues. Join experts from Prager Metis,