Meals Still Deductible Under New IRS Guidance

Back in June, we detailed changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) to meal and entertainment deductions for businesses. Remember that, the… Read More…

New Revenue Recognition Rules Particularly Impact Technology and Software Companies

The new revenue recognition standard fundamentally changes the way we think about financial reporting, and it impacts all industries. But, for those in the software… Read More…

New Per Diem Rates Get Tricky Amid Tax Law Changes

The new per diem numbers are out, effective October 1, 2018. But, as with everything in the era of tax reform, things aren’t always as… Read More…

Employer Tax Credit For Paid Family Medical Leave

If you’re an employer who provides paid family and medical leave to employees, listen up. You may qualify for a new tax credit. The IRS… Read More…

Stay Productive While Working From Home

Working from home always sounded so blissful. Then, I tried it outside of my dreams, in my actual life, with a toddler, three dogs, a… Read More…

IRS Provides Tax Relief for Hurricane Florence Victims

North Carolinians affected by Hurricane Florence have until January 31, 2019, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain payments, the IRS… Read More…

Our Statement on Hurricane Florence

As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Carolinas, BGW stands with our client family and communities.

Keep Business Running After a Natural Disaster

Natural disasters can strike at any time. This week, no one knows that better than the residents of North and South Carolina. As we brace… Read More…

Understanding Family Business Dynamics

  What do you picture when someone says “family business”? For some, the only image they see is their friendly neighborhood mom-and-pop store, but, in… Read More…

Divorce and Tax Reform

It’s not a fun topic, but it’s reality, and we should talk about it: divorce. And, in the era of tax reform, divorce requires a… Read More…