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Meet the Interns 2018

  HBE’s intern program has been designed to provide college students considering a career in public accounting with real world experiences in audit, tax, and business advisory related services. Unlike traditional intern programs, our intent at HBE is to provide our...

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Document Retention

Document Retention Guidelines Document and record retention is an important issue, and one that our firm frequently receives questions about. Without knowing what the document retention guidelines are, document storage can quickly lead to physical space issues and...

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Tax Reform: Choice of Entity Considerations

Tax Reform: Choice of Entity Considerations The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act tax reform bill passed in December 2017 represents the biggest change to U.S. tax policy since the 1980s. With wide sweeping changes to both the corporate and individual tax systems, changes wrought...

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Employee Benefit Plan Newsletter Summer 2018

Employee Benefit Plan Newsletter For over 10 years, HBE has been a member of BDO Alliance USA, a nationwide association of independently owned local and regional accounting and consulting firms. The Alliance allows the firm to draw on BDO, LLP’s resources and...

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A Guide to Retirement for Recent Graduates

By: Zach Lundak It’s the time of year we are all making the rounds to graduation parties. At the most recent party I attended, I was reminiscing on my final days of college. I was chomping at the bit to trade in internships for a full-time job so I could start funding...

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Tackling the Costs of College

By: Brian Klintworth, CPA It’s that time of the year where it seems like everyone you know has a child who is graduating from high school. Or maybe you are the parent of one of the graduating seniors. What an exciting time! There are so many possibilities for these...

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What are the Four Horsemen of Your Portfolio?

In Biblical tradition, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are a quartet of immensely powerful entities personifying the four prime concepts—war, famine, pestilence and death—that drive the Apocalypse. For today’s investors, the equivalent of those four horsemen are...

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