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Ahuja & Clark has its sights set firmly on delivering outstanding client service, keeping their core values at the forefront of their thinking and operations. The attitudes, experiences and skills brought to each engagement are vital elements in successful relationships and engagements. Character counts.
Trust is paramount. Objectivity is critical.
 

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Business Interruption/ Forensic Accounting

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Ahuja & Clark, PLLC A&C Experts Provide Independent, Fact-based Assessments

Ahuja & Clark, PLLC A&C experts provide independent, fact-based assessments useful in resolving business interruption disputes. The business interruption accountants at A&C are adept at analyzing historical accounting records, company work papers, and insurer work papers to provide a full understanding of the insurer’s investigation. The firm has in-depth industry knowledge and sophisticated quantitative skills

Fundamental tax truths for C corporations

The flat 21% federal income tax rate for C corporations under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has been great news for these entities and their owners. But some fundamental tax truths for C corporations largely remain the same: C corporations are subject to double taxation. Double taxation occurs when corporate income is taxed

Fraud Prevention is a Cost Small Businesses Can’t Forgo

In June, 2018, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced “Operation Main Street: Stopping Small Business Scams,” a partnership between federal and state authorities and the Better Business Bureau. The initiative supports what fraud experts have long known: Small businesses can be easy targets for scams because they don’t always have the staffing or financial resources

Should Cloud Computing Setup Costs Be Expensed or Capitalized?

Companies will be able to capitalize, or spread out the costs of, setting up pricey business systems that operate on cloud technology under an update to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Here are the details. FASB responds to business complaints Over the last three years, businesses have complained to the Financial Accounting Standards Board