Stephen Wouch, CPA, CFF

Watch Out for the New Medicare Surtax

We are pleased to announce the publication of an article written by our Managing Partner, Stephen Wouch, CPA, CFF, entitled “Watch Out for the New Medicare Surtax” This article appears in the May, 2013 issue of Construction Executive magazine. The […]

Planning for the New Medicare Contribution Tax

We are pleased to announce the publication of an article written by our Managing Partner, Stephen Wouch, CPA, CFF and Tax Manager, Michael Sexton, CPA, CCIFP, entitled “Planning for the New Medicare Contribution Tax.” This article appears in the November, […]

Planning for the Future

We are pleased to announce the publication of an article written by our Managing Partner, Stephen Wouch, CPA, CFF, entitled “Planning for the Future”. This article appears in the August, 2011 issue ofConstruction Executive magazine. The following is a reprint […]

Eric Seidman, CPA, MBA

Have an Accountable Plan for Expense Reimbursement

Employees may be expected to incur certain out-of-pocket costs as part of their employment responsibilities. This can range from a flight ticket for a meeting to various dues and license fees. Some employers implement policies to reimburse these costs. However, […]

Building a Niche Practice

Early in my career, the partners at Wouch, Maloney & Co. instilled in me the firm’s core values: To be knowledgeable, caring, proactive, and responsive. These four core values have been integral to my personal development, but they’ve also been […]

Bonus Tax Trap

It’s great to get a bonus in recognition of your hard work and outstanding performance, but sometimes bonuses can lead to unpleasant surprises at tax time. Just like regular salary amounts, bonuses are subject to graduated federal income tax rates. […]

Withholding Aplenty

“The Jock Tax” is the nickname given to the tax liability incurred by non-residents on income earned away from their home state. The moniker is derived from the simple fact that athletes are much more vulnerable to this tax due […]

The Jock Tax

When the Cliff Lee saga reached its apex this offseason, a new type of article began to sprout up across the web. Instead of analyzing how Lee projected to perform and comparing his worth to the offers from the Rangers and Yankees, […]

Robert Williams, CPA

OCBOA, Small Business GAAP Alternative

We are pleased to announce the publication of an article written Robert Williams, CPA, entitled “OCBOA, Small Business GAAP Alternative”. This article appears in the Fall, 2005 issue of Pennsylvania CPA Journal. The following is a reprint from Pennsylvania CPA Journal, […]

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