Monthly Archive:: June 2014
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) of April 2012 is aimed at making it easier for businesses to raise funds. This game-changing piece of legislation has abolished the regulations that previously made it impossible for companies to publicly solicit investment without going through an expensive SEC registration process that most of them simply
Over the years since the Energy Policies Act of 2005 came into being there have been several changes in the options that commercial business and commercial property owners, architects, contractor and engineers have to obtain a 179D deduction. 1 person likes this post.
Cash In Advance Loans are designed to help people with unexpected, temporary cash needs. In most cases, these cash advances are offered until the person’s next payday. However, for some people they are not able to repay the loan within the specified time period. In these cases, there are a number of renewal options that
For people working in accounting, it is important to understand that many states require continuing professional education, or CPE. Your state may be different or have different rules for CPE, so it is important to find out for sure by asking reputable people, such as the company you work for or the state board of
Nowadays, anyone can go to school online. Whether you want to take online classes to get your GED or earn a Bachelor’s degree, you can do it online. Even grammar, middle and high school children can be taught online. Therefore, it is not so surprising to consider that CPE training could also be done on