Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-05-06

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CLA Adds Atlanta-Based Ronald Blue & Co. CPAs

With approximately 80 employees and eight partners, Ronald Blue was expected to join top 10 accounting firm CLA on May 1.

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Navigating ownership transitions for private company financial leaders

CFOs need to set clear goals and timelines, explore ownership transfer options and conduct a comprehensive business valuation.

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Intangibles Accounting to Get US Look After Global Body’s Move

US accounting standard-setters will take the first step this year to figure out whether they need to write formal accounting rules on intangible assets like brand names, trade secrets, and intellectual property.

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Hotel group Dalata agrees to change accounting treatment of residential deal following decision by regulator

IAASA concluded that the sale of lands at the former Tara Towers Hotel in south Dublin was not part of the ordinary activities of a hotel group such as Dalata

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Rockville’s SKMB joins national accounting firm Marcum

Listen to this article Rockville-based Simon, Krowitz, Meadows & Bortnick, P.A. (SKMB) Thursday joined Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory firm. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The SKMB team of two senior advisers and their associates bring extensive experience in accounting, assurance, tax services, and business valuations to Marcum, adding to its […]

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