- The new repair regulations are a framework for analyzing whether and when costs incurred in acquiring, maintaining, or improving tangible property must be capitalized.
- While GSA Schedules program and it’s underlying policy framework was originally developed to streamline the procurement of commercial products, the Federal government sales of services under the program have grown exponentially over the last decade and now surpasses the sale of products.
- Baker Tilly International are conducting a survey to examine the dynamics, barriers and success strategies for succession in family business.
- The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), signed into law by President Barack Obama on January 4, 2011, is designed to ensure safety of the US food supply by shifting regulator focus from response activities to preventive activities.
- A new commercial real estate fund with a portfolio comprised of mezzanine loan securities and real estate properties had developed their own internal valuation models for the investments. The fund was required by their limited partner agreement to have an audit performed.
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