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Jan 11, 2022
Late Notice From The IRS Or DOL? Read Before You Act
f you get a late notice from the IRS related to your Form 5500, but you filed on time, don’t panic. Simply let us know and we’ll advise you of next steps to clear things up with the IRS.
Jan 7, 2022
Strategic Workforce Planning Can Fuel Your Recruiting Success
With attitudes and priorities toward employment evolving in the wake of COVID-19, recruiting and hiring practices need to change in response to an exceedingly tight labor market. The unprecedented labor shortage promises to continue into 2022, so employers must engage in strategic workforce planning to fill their recruiting pipelines.
Jan 7, 2022
Employee Retention Credit No Longer Available for Q4 2021
Learn more about the employee retention credit (ERC) being repealed for Q4 of 2021
Jan 6, 2022
Outsourced Accounting Trend Fueled by Technology and Workforce Changes
Outsourcing your controller or CFO functions provides a solution that allows owners to get real-time feedback and information about your businesses, which enables better decision-making and rapid response to changing marketplace conditions.
Jan 4, 2022
Exit Readiness: A Perfect Storm Fuels Surge in M & A
The Baby Boom generation has reached retirement age and is making the largest transfer of generational wealth in history. It may be time to start a discussion about your exit readiness.
Dec 6, 2021
Rea & Associates Opens New Building in Wooster
Rea’s new building is located just a few blocks from the Downtown Wooster square. This two-story, 16,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art building includes three conference rooms, two board rooms, two kitchenettes for staff use, and a mix of offices and open cube-style seating.
Dec 3, 2021
4th Annual Construction Kickoff
Rea & Associates is proud to present the 4th Annual Construction Kickoff on Wednesday, January 26, 2022, at The Ohio State University Fawcett Center. Joined by Overmyer Hall and Kegler Brown, this free, in-person event will provide you with high-level updates, open discussions, and exclusive content for business leaders in the construction industry. You can … Continued
Nov 30, 2021
Top 5 Tips To Help You Prepare For New Lease Accounting Standards
For those of you who were hoping against hope that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) would further delay the new lease standard for private companies, I’m afraid you’ll be disappointed. The Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs was looking for a two-year delay for the adoption date, but the FASB turned that request down in November.
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