Rea & Associates will present an educational seminar to area business owners 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 at Comfort Suites Hotel & Conference Center, located at 4810 TR 366, Berlin.
Author: Kyle Stemple
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Long days, vacations, barbecues, baseball … what’s not to enjoy about summer?! It’s also the time of year when we celebrate what it means to pursue the American dream, which is rooted in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, for many, this dream materializes in entrepreneurship and, going a step further, buying American-made … Continued
Some businesses become stuck and, after a few years, their owners start looking for a way out because they think that they have gone as far as they can – but that’s not always the case. Keep reading to learn how you can get unstuck.
On episode 8, “Don’t Settle For a Plate of Spaghetti”, we’re joined by Kyle Stemple, CPA, CGMA, principal & director of manufacturing services at Rea & Associates, specializing in manufacturing accounting and consulting. As a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Kyle will uncover some of the common inefficiencies that plague business owners and impact their … Continued
An IRS decision made in late 2010 has created two new ways of treating inventory that could save a construction equipment dealership thousands of dollars in taxes. Before then, the IRS required dealerships to include storage and handling costs in the total values of their inventories. The practice, called capitalization, increased the income on which … Continued