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.
This PwC National Professional Services Group webcast discusses key considerations related to private company accounting for acquisitions, dispositions and debt transactions, focusing on the areas of accounting that are often challenging to pin down. Watch a replay or participate in our on demand (CPE-eligible) version.
Optimism in the economy is up among private companies, as is projected revenue and hiring. And the number of such businesses reporting increased profitability is the highest in a decade. But ongoing talent shortages could be a drag on growth, and the global economy doesn’t inspire tremendous confidence, except for key emerging markets. Read our survey report to hear what else is on private companies' minds.
PwC's 2015 Employee Financial Wellness Survey tracks the financial and retirement well-being of working U.S. adults nationwide. This year it incorporates the views of over 1,700 full-time employed adults.
The quarter close publication and video perspectives provide insight into the business and accounting impacts of declining oil and gas prices, recognizing the accounting implications of the Affordable Care Act, FASB, IASB and TRG developments related to implementing the new revenue standard, updates on FASB’s simplification proposals for stock-based compensation and income taxes, and more.
Learn how family businesses leaders are tackling critical business and family issues such as competition, growth, the skills gap, technology, professionalizing their business and family models and succession planning in the 2014-2015 US Family Business Survey.
Heading into the new year, private-company executives are in good spirits. Revenue forecasts are up, along with optimism about the US economy. So is profitability, which remains at a high-water mark for private companies. But chronic difficulty in finding skilled workers threatens growth at these businesses, and the global economy continues to be watched carefully by them. Read our survey report to hear what else is on private companies' minds.
In the quarter running up to the midterm election, private companies remained intent — if not bullish — on growth, felt good about the US economy, and signaled greater risk appetite. And decidedly more of them reported profitability increases than we’ve seen in quite some time. Even so, wage hikes and hiring remain modest at Trendsetter companies, and the world economy is giving them pause. Read our survey report to hear what else is on private companies' minds.
This PwC National Professional Services Group webcast discusses 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.
We spoke to over 200 private-company leaders about what they envision for the year ahead. They told us they're more optimistic about the economy, have ambitious revenue goals, and plan to hire new workers in 2014. Read our report to hear what else they're planning for the year ahead.
More and more family businesses are interested in corporate governance today. Many want to understand the value a board brings, and how to evolve their board to provide that value. This publication is the second in a series about family business corporate governance.
More and more family businesses are interested in corporate governance today. Many want to understand the value a board brings, and how to evolve their board to provide that value. This publication is the first in a series about family business corporate governance.
In the loop is an executive-level series addressing important financial reporting and regulatory issues. Our first edition discusses how changes in private company accounting could affect future deal or financing strategies.
On July 16, the PCC proposed to the FASB an accounting alternative that would exempt nonpublic entities from applying certain variable interest entity guidance. This edition of Private company reporter provides further information on the proposed alternative, as well as highlights of other recent developments related to private company reporting.
On June 10, the FASB endorsed each of the accounting alternatives previously approved by the PCC, related to intangible assets, goodwill and interest rate swaps. This edition of Private company reporter provides further information on the proposed alternatives, as well as highlights of other recent developments related to private company reporting.