As a premier Twin Cities CPA consulting firm, Froehling Anderson puts people before numbers, building long-lasting relationships with our clients. We make sure we can properly assist, guide and support our clients by having a …Read More

 

When investing for retirement or other long-term goals, people usually prefer tax-advantaged accounts, such as IRAs, 401(k)s or 403(b)s. While some assets sit well in these accounts, others would do better in taxable ones. How …Read More

 

The accounting profession is largely self-regulated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). Part of its mission involves the development and enforcement of a broad range of standards for the profession. Why do …Read More

 

From bad debts to pending lawsuits, a company’s financial statements may not disclose everything stakeholders need to know to assess its financial health. What’s undisclosed on a company’s financial statements can be just as significant …Read More

 

Conducting Risk Assessments

Your auditor conducts an updated risk assessment every year when preparing financial statements. Learn how CPAs factor risk assessments into their audit procedures. 3-Prong Assessment Audit risk is a combination of three components: Control risk. …Read More

 

Who’s monitoring your licenses? Whether due to error or fraud, underpayments may happen when your company licenses intellectual property to others. An external audit can ensure accurate royalty payments. The agreement The parties’ attorneys usually …Read More

 

Custom jobs require ongoing supervision to achieve the best financial results. Whether you’re a general contractor constructing a strip mall, a manufacturer building made-to-order parts or an architect drawing up blueprints, once a project is …Read More

 

Are you a high-income small-business owner who doesn’t currently have a tax-advantaged retirement plan set up for yourself? A Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) may be just what you need, and now may be a great …Read More

 

As the term suggests, for-profit companies are driven primarily by one goal — to maximize profits for their owners. Nonprofits, on the other hand, are generally motivated by a charitable purpose. Here’s how their respective …Read More

 

With bonus depreciation, a business can recover the costs of depreciable property more quickly by claiming additional first-year depreciation for qualified assets. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), signed into law in December, enhances …Read More