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New rates for tax planning in 2019

The first part of this column outlined some of the new tax rates released by the IRS and Social Security Administration. Below are more...

New rates for tax minimization planning

Early in the year is the best time to begin planning to minimize your income tax liability. The IRS and the Social Security Administration...

Kevin Higgins Joins CBIZ as Managing Director

Higgins brings more than 25 years of experienceProvidence, RI (January 23, 2019) — CBIZ, part of the nation’s 10th largest accounting and tax provider,...

Tax overhaul changes haven’t deterred charitable giving

For Lynn O’Marra, Blum, Shapiro & Co. PC tax principal, 2018 stands out in her nearly 25-year tenure in the industry as a memorably...

Key requirements for reporting cloud-computing expenses

The first half of this column that ran last week outlined some of the new standards released by the Financial Accounting Standards Board for...

FASB releases new accounting standards for reporting cloud-computing expenses

If your company has joined the growing trend of cloud computing or is thinking about it, you need to know about the new accounting...
WELLNESS WARRRIORS: Kenny Boucher, left, a supervisor in the CBIZ audit department, and Danielle Poyant, director in the tax department, both members of the 15-person Road Warriors, runners from the Boston and Providence offices, compete in the Blessing of the Fleet 10-mile race in Narragansett July 27. 
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CBIZ wraps financial, social, physical metrics into well-being approach

Healthiest Employees: 2,000-4,999 Employees | #1. CBIZ Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Jerome P. Grisko, CEO and president Number of employees: 4,630CBIZ Inc., the Cleveland publicly ­traded...

Providence accounting firm KLR makes Inside Public Accounting’s top 100 list

PROVIDENCE - The Providence-based accounting firm Kahn Litwin Renza & Co. moved up two notches to No. 87 on this year’s list of the...
TEAM APPROACH: Donald R. Nokes, president and founder of NetCenergy, an information technology services firm, converses with employees at their Cranston office. From left, Kelsey Nokes, manager, business systems; Greg Morrell, network engineer; Donald R. Nokes, president; and Chris Aloisio, lead engineer. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Outsourcing helps keep businesses competitive, but is it hurting job growth?

Donald R. Nokes started NetCenergy, an outsourced information technology firm, about 14 years ago.Today, from its headquarters in Cranston, the company provides IT support...
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