Congress enacted the most significant changes to the federal income tax rules in three decades. The changes are a complex, 500-page piece of legislation that will have a major impact on how real estate is taxed in the U.S. Read more
Who was it that said there are downsides to everything? The original intent of tax reform was to reduce taxes and enhance finances. But for many not-for-profit organizations, the consequences may be the opposite. Read more
As if your 2017 taxes aren't complicated enough, the Bipartisan Budget Act extends for one year — through the 2017 tax year — a number of tax extender provisions that originally expired after 2016. Read more
Dramatic rate reductions for C corporations. A major new deduction for other businesses. Expanded expensing. Loosened rules for cash-basis accounting… The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes the way manufacturing businesses are taxed. Many of its provisions are helpful. Others not so much. Read more
What's the saying? If you aren't concerned, you haven't been paying attention. For many people, securing their personal information from cybercriminals has become a major concern. The Equifax data breach affecting some 143 million people is only the latest example. So what can you do to protect yourself? Read more
It's been said that many things may change us, but we start and end with family. Apparently, Washington state's legislature agrees. Citing the need to balance the demands of the workplace with those of families, as well as to promote family stability and economic security, the legislature enacted a law creating the state's family and medical leave insurance program on a bipartisan basis. Read more
Neither a borrower nor a lender be, advised William Shakespeare — and in volatile times it's tempting to follow his advice. But in an economy with low interest rates and rising home values, borrowing can be the right financial strategy. Read more
We're in the success business at Bader Martin. Naturally, we make sense of the numbers. But we see traditional accounting services as just the beginning of our work. For us, success happens when we go beyond debits and credits to get to the heart of our clients' needs.
We start our working relationship by listening. We get to know you well, to understand your needs and concerns, as well as the challenges and opportunities you face throughout the year. Together, we bring your goals into clear focus. Then we roll up our sleeves and get to work for you.
We give great advice at Bader Martin. But here, success is also in the relationships we build, because without a personal understanding of you and your goals, the most sophisticated advice is just, well… numbers.
Some things you just have to do right the first time, or you risk locking in problems and limiting potential. That's where we come in.
At Bader Martin, you'll find professionals with the focused expertise, and the depth and breadth of experience, to contribute to your success. Nearly all of our principals have worked for national CPA firms — eleven years, on average — and some have also worked as senior executives in private and public companies.