Beer Wine Spirits Distribution, Food And Beverage, KCoe To Go

Craft Brewers Leaving R&D Tax Credits Untapped

Opportunities Available to Reduce Income Tax Liabilities Tax reform has created ample changes for businesses, as well as confusion in the marketplace for what applies and what doesn’t. The clarity around applying the Research and Development (R&D) tax credit is […]

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AgForward

The Value of Collaboration in Agriculture

See how our partners at Agworld are helping farmers with their decision-making and growth and the value they are seeing in collaboration in agriculture. Article originally posted by Agworld. With an increasing number of technology providers offering their services to […]

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AgForward, Newsroom

Noell Agnew & Morse LLP Joins K·Coe Isom

California Food & Ag Businesses to Benefit We are excited to announce that we have added the business, specialization, partners, and employees of Noell Agnew & Morse, effective November 1, 2018. Our combined firms will bolster the dedicated ag solutions and financial […]

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Newsroom

How to Help California Fire Victims

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Camp Fire, now the most destructive wildfire in the history of California, has desecrated an insurmountable number of people’s lives, families, friends, homes, and livelihoods.  In addition, two more wildfires in Southern California are displacing residents and businesses. As K·Coe […]

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AgForward, KCoe To Go

Extra Tax Prep Needed for 2018 Filing Season

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Significant Tax Changes Impact Flow-through Entities and Individuals Following the monumental tax reform passed last December, the 2018 tax year will provide significant changes for flow-through entities and individuals.  While many of these changes can result in opportunities, they will […]

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Education, KCoe To Go

California Fires Affecting Education Compliance Requirements

Does Your LEA Need an Emergency Day for Instructional Time? In light of the recent emergencies that have come to pass for local schools, we wanted to proactively share some guidance on evaluating your LEA’s instructional time compliance. What are […]

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KCoe To Go

Sales Tax Changes Announced for Colorado Retailers

Retailers with Physical Addresses in Colorado Affected Effective Dec. 1, 2018, the Colorado Department of Revenue will adopt new sales tax rules. The new rules state that “sales tax must be collected and remitted based on the jurisdiction’s tax rate […]

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AgForward, Commodity Crops

Commodity Fields: Weathering the Downturn

Survival Depends Upon Precision Forecasting; “Approximate Accuracy” No Longer Enough As the 2018 season ends, growers, agronomists, and financial advisors start to analyze this year’s results in order to prepare budgets and plans for next season. Determining how much product […]

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Community Banks, Good $ense

ATMs Are a Cyber Risk

Cyber risks are always changing and evolving thanks to the criminals who keep getting savvier. Business email compromise, phishing, card compromise, synthetic identities, and ransomware are all in the news daily and high on the cyber concerns list. We might […]

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Community Banks, Good $ense

Examiner Expectations with CECL

The topic on everyone’s to-do list as of late has been to start thinking about the looming changes that will be here before we know it…the new Current and Expected Credit Losses (CECL) model for the allowance for loan & […]

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