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UPDATES&INSIGHTS: TAX – March 2018

UPDATES&INSIGHTS:TAX is a HoganTaylor Tax practice publication designed to help you keep up with the latest tax issues impacting your organization. In this issue, you will learn how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) impacts personal exemptions, the standard … Continued

UPDATES&INSIGHTS: ADVISORY – Technology is a Weapon, Not a Cost

Information Technology (“IT”) is now a part of every company’s budget.  Computers, software, connectivity, storage, and now security have soared in importance and spending in every business venture, large and small.  Unfortunately, many small and medium sized businesses view their … Continued

TAX CLIENT ADVISORY: 2017 Tax Act & Tax Extender Bill

2017 Tax Act: In the second quarter of 2018, the IRS will begin issuing informational notices regarding computations and clarification of the provisions contained in the 2017 tax act.  We will be posting updates as we receive more information. A … Continued

HoganTaylor LLP Announces 2018 Promotions

TULSA–HoganTaylor LLP, one of the largest public accounting firms in Oklahoma and Arkansas, is pleased to announce the following promotions, which went into effect Jan. 1, 2018: Wes Gilliam, CPA, Chief Accounting Officer, Core Business Services, Tulsa Gilliam joined the … Continued

Tax Newsletter – January 2018

The HoganTaylor LLP Tax Team is excited to present the January 2018 edition of our eNewsletter. Our newsletter is designed to help you keep up with the latest tax issues. As always, please do not hesitate to contact a member … Continued

Advisory Insights – Managing Your Business for the Long-Term

Many publicly-held American companies are infected with a bad case of “short-termism”, the trap of managing the company to meet quarterly earnings expectations at the expense of long-term interests.  Many economists have speculated that short-termism negatively impacts research and development … Continued