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Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Loans Round 2

Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Loans Round 2

This article continues the series of PPP Loan matters. On April 2, 2020, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) posted an interim final rule announcing the implementation of sections 1102 and 1106 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES...

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Attorneys Beware: scammers are after you

Attorneys Beware: scammers are after you

Beware the scammers are attempting to gain access to your trust accounts.  Recently, an attorney who received an email advising that a Swedish company needed the assistance of an attorney to complete a business transaction contacted Sage Investigations LLC. The...

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Why is a Kovel Letter Important?

Why is a Kovel Letter Important?

An attorney should always issue a Kovel Letter to a forensic accountant after being hired by a client to represent them in a civil or criminal tax matter.  What is a Kovel letter?  It is a letter based on a landmark federal case, United States v. Kovel, 296...

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Protect Your Client from Engaging in Hard Money Lending

Protect Your Client from Engaging in Hard Money Lending

The definition of Hard Money Lending is fairly simple: a Hard Money Loan is a loan of "last resort" or a short-term “bridge loan.” Bridge Loans are loans of short-term duration that are typically a temporary solution to longer term financing from more customary or...

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Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

What is due diligence?  (1) The care that a reasonable person exercises to avoid harm to their person, finances or that of another person. [1] (2) The process of obtaining and evaluating details about the subject, entity, or investment opportunity before making a...

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Intent vs. Willfulness

Intent vs. Willfulness

In Austin, TX, an individual convicted of conspiracy recently had his conviction overturned by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.  During oral arguments for the appeal, the Austin American–Statesman newspaper stated, “The federal judges weighing his...

read more
Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

When reviewing transactions in an accounting system it is important to pay particular attention to journal entries. Journal entries are used to adjust accounting records for activities that are not cash in nature. When dealing with an accrual accounting system,...

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Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Loans Round 2

Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Loans Round 2

This article continues the series of PPP Loan matters. On April 2, 2020, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) posted an interim final rule announcing the implementation of sections 1102 and 1106 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES...

read more
Attorneys Beware: scammers are after you

Attorneys Beware: scammers are after you

Beware the scammers are attempting to gain access to your trust accounts.  Recently, an attorney who received an email advising that a Swedish company needed the assistance of an attorney to complete a business transaction contacted Sage Investigations LLC. The...

read more
Why is a Kovel Letter Important?

Why is a Kovel Letter Important?

An attorney should always issue a Kovel Letter to a forensic accountant after being hired by a client to represent them in a civil or criminal tax matter.  What is a Kovel letter?  It is a letter based on a landmark federal case, United States v. Kovel, 296...

read more
Protect Your Client from Engaging in Hard Money Lending

Protect Your Client from Engaging in Hard Money Lending

The definition of Hard Money Lending is fairly simple: a Hard Money Loan is a loan of "last resort" or a short-term “bridge loan.” Bridge Loans are loans of short-term duration that are typically a temporary solution to longer term financing from more customary or...

read more
Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

Due Diligence Helps Manage Risk

What is due diligence?  (1) The care that a reasonable person exercises to avoid harm to their person, finances or that of another person. [1] (2) The process of obtaining and evaluating details about the subject, entity, or investment opportunity before making a...

read more
Intent vs. Willfulness

Intent vs. Willfulness

In Austin, TX, an individual convicted of conspiracy recently had his conviction overturned by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.  During oral arguments for the appeal, the Austin American–Statesman newspaper stated, “The federal judges weighing his...

read more
Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

Beware of Journal Entries that Create Income

When reviewing transactions in an accounting system it is important to pay particular attention to journal entries. Journal entries are used to adjust accounting records for activities that are not cash in nature. When dealing with an accrual accounting system,...

read more