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Business Interruption Insurance: Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

Business Interruption Insurance: Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

The key to accurately evaluating a loss claim is the ability to obtain complete financial information regarding the claimant/insured’s occupation or business. The mutual goals of the insured and the insurer are to mitigate loss, return to normal operations as quickly as possible and resolve the claim in a reasonable period of time. All this should be done while maintaining positive professional relationships with all who are involved.

Ericksen Krentel Continues Commitment to Region with NextGen Council Appointment

Ericksen Krentel Continues Commitment to Region with NextGen Council Appointment

Jeremy Thibodeaux CPA, CFE has been appointed to Greater New Orleans, Inc.’s NextGen Council, an initiative of GNO, Inc. designed to introduce new leadership into the organization, with the intent of benefiting from the energy and ideas of emerging regional leaders and developing leaders for the region.

Tax Refund – or Payment – Not What You Were Expecting?

Tax Refund – or Payment – Not What You Were Expecting?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 brought many changes to the tax law, including reduced tax rates, elimination of personal exemptions, increased standard deductions, increased child tax credits and changes to itemized deductions.

Want to Elect Out of the New IRS Partnership Audit Rules? Here’s How

Want to Elect Out of the New IRS Partnership Audit Rules? Here’s How

Partnerships and partners take note: the IRS has changed the way you are audited, and it may impact your 2018 tax return.

How to Uncover Hidden Assets Before, After a Divorce Filing

How to Uncover Hidden Assets Before, After a Divorce Filing

The first step in completing a divorce is creating a complete financial picture of the individuals involved at the date of community termination.

Monitor 3 Key Metrics to Help Control Your Restaurant’s Prime Costs

Monitor 3 Key Metrics to Help Control Your Restaurant’s Prime Costs

The key to controlling prime costs – cost of goods sold and labor – is to monitor and analyze them on a weekly basis.