Tina Perez, audit partner, certified public accountant and certified construction industry financial professional, was published in the Construction Executive article, Address New Accounting Standards Now to Ensure
Sikich Series on Tax Reform: New IRS Accounting Method Guidance May Impact Construction and Real Estate Businesses
New IRS Guidance Allows Some Construction and Real Estate Businesses to Change Tax Accounting Method to Conform with New Financial Statement Revenue Recognition Rules Accounting
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NAPERVILLE, Ill. ― October 11, 2016 ― Sikich LLP, a leading professional services firm specializing in accounting, technology and advisory services, has met Microsoft’s highest
With an effective date of December 1, 2016, the new and final overtime ruling issued by the Department of Labor (DOL) leaves organizations with merely
One of the biggest accounting changes the world has seen recently is looming over CFOs and controllers worldwide. The new revenue recognition standard (ASC 606)
Scheduled to go into effect in 2017, the new Revenue Recognition Standard (ASU 2014-09) will have companies that do not properly prepare for the changes
Leading professional services firm to perform key audit for Illinois-based college NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Nov. 4, 2015 — Monmouth College has selected Sikich LLP to
Leading professional services firm to perform key audit for Chicago-area school NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Sept. 1, 2015 — Concordia University Chicago has selected Sikich LLP
Former senior manager of security consulting to lead PCI compliance process for SMBs NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Feb. 17, 2015 — Sikich LLP, a leading professional
NAPERVILLE, Ill. — January 19, 2015 — Sikich LLP, a leading professional services firm specializing in accounting, technology and advisory services, is pleased to announce
About 10 million manufacturing jobs worldwide remain unfilled, because of the skills gap. Attracting and retaining skilled workers is a top priority for U.S. manufacturers.