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Interest rates pose challenges for builders, but opportunities are on the horizon

Interest rates pose challenges for builders, but opportunities are on the horizon

Residential construction sees a favorable long-term outlook despite ongoing challenges affecting the housing market.
Construction industry outlook

Construction industry outlook

In our 2023 construction industry outlook, we explore what's ahead for middle market business leaders.
How to measure and manage your company’s working capital

How to measure and manage your company’s working capital

Effective working capital management can make all the difference between success and failure in the business world. Learn how to measure and effectively manage your company's working capital.
FASB Amends ASC 842: New Lease Standards for Non-Public Entities

FASB Amends ASC 842: New Lease Standards for Non-Public Entities

The Financial Accounting Standards Board recently amended the Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 842, Leases, aiming to improve leasing guidance for non-public entities. This article provides an overview of key changes and impacts of the updated guidance.
IRS releases spending plan for $80 billion IRA funds

IRS releases spending plan for $80 billion IRA funds

The IRS issued an ambitious strategic operating plan for spending $80 billion in additional funding provided by the Inflation Reduction Act.
Hiring cools in March as fears of a wage price spiral ease

Hiring cools in March as fears of a wage price spiral ease

The U.S. March employment report indicated that total jobs increased by 236,000, illustrating that hiring remains strong, albeit at a slower pace.
IRS Dirty Dozen Top Tax Scams To Avoid

IRS Dirty Dozen Top Tax Scams To Avoid

Each year, the Internal Revenue Service publishes its annual Dirty Dozen list of tax scams highlighting various schemes that put taxpayers and their financial well-being at risk. In this video, we'll provide an overview of five of the top scams on the list.
Job openings and factory orders soften amid recession concerns

Job openings and factory orders soften amid recession concerns

Job openings and factory orders came in lower than expected on Tuesday, continuing to show signs of softening economic demand that should work in the Federal Reserve’s favor in fighting inflation.
The impact of expectations for Fed policy on the money and bond markets

The impact of expectations for Fed policy on the money and bond markets

Prices in the money market now suggest increased levels of risk being priced into short-term lending and the tightening of overall financial conditions that was missing until the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse.
Catch-25: Fed hikes rates amid financial stability risk

Catch-25: Fed hikes rates amid financial stability risk

The Federal Reserve finds itself as it lifted its policy rate by 25 basis points on Wednesday amid a quickly evolving global banking crisis.
What does SECURE 2.0 mean for small employers?

What does SECURE 2.0 mean for small employers?

SECURE 2.0 changes retirement plan rules for small employers with 100 or fewer employees.
Taking action: What financial institutions can do in the wake of bank failures

Taking action: What financial institutions can do in the wake of bank failures

Financial institutions need to understand what led to the recent failures of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank of New York and Silvergate Bank so they can enhance their organizations' risk management activities and meet increased regulatory expectations while also maintaining customer confidence.
ASC 740: FASB proposes new income tax disclosures

ASC 740: FASB proposes new income tax disclosures

The proposal aims to improve the transparency and consistency of income tax disclosures by expanding the required disclosures around the rate reconciliation and income taxes paid.
The great deposit migration and emergency borrowing at the Fed discount window

The great deposit migration and emergency borrowing at the Fed discount window

In the past week alone, the Federal Reserve's loans outstanding to the financial system have ballooned to about $318 billion, up from $15 billion a week ago.
Bank Term Funding Program: Government response to the banking crisis

Bank Term Funding Program: Government response to the banking crisis

The Bank Term Funding Program gives small and midsize banks the chance to shore up their liquidity.