PwC provide a “one-stop shop” for the standard setting that could affect 2015 private company financial statements.
In this webcast, private company specialists Kirsten Schofield, Tom Sullivan, Kassie Bauman, and Tony DiNardo participate in an informative discussion on current accounting and financial reporting developments with a focus on private company considerations. Watch a replay or participate in the on demand (CPE-eligible) version of this webcast.
PwC provides a “one-stop shop” for the standard setting that could affect 2015 private company financial statements.
PwC’s 2016 year-end guide to tax and wealth management offers guidance for strategic tax planning, managing your portfolio, charitable giving, estate and gift planning, business succession planning and other topics.
This recorded webcast features a discussion of upcoming legislative matters and what to expect from changes on Capitol Hill and the upcoming presidential election. We also provide an overview of corporate and individual year-end planning considerations.
PwC supports the FASB's proposals to expand the ability of private companies to adopt PCC alternatives.
While the party is hardly over, fewer private companies were feeling optimistic about the economy in 3Q, and that’s translating into less-aggressive forecasts, tempered hiring, and a pullback in capex. Meanwhile, international sales are softening and so is the pricing power companies were enjoying earlier this year. But big picture, they’re still feeling good and setting their sights on the future, including the 2016 elections and their potential effect on business.
In this webcast replay, Private Company Services partners Jay Mattie and Alfred Peguero lead a conversation with Carolyn Wente, CEO of Wente Vineyards. This webcast covers a broad range of topics important to all family-owned businesses including governance, succession planning, growth and sustainability.
Revenue projections and optimism about the US economy remain high at private companies. So does profitability. And the number of Trendsetter businesses planning to hire new workers continues to inch up. But when these companies look at the world economy, they're less upbeat. Those selling abroad nonetheless plan to stay the course in China and elsewhere, keeping their eye on long-term growth.
A forthcoming FASB proposal will ease requirements for companies adopting a PCC alternative after its effective date.
Succession planning’s goal is to provide the least amount of disruption to your business and to give you the widest possible choice of qualified candidates before you make that decision. While the process may consider candidates from outside the family and the company, in many cases it focuses on managers who are already with the company. This publication is the third in a series about family business corporate governance.