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KerberRose Announces Key Partner Promotions

KerberRose, a Wisconsin certified public accounting firm specializing in auditing, accounting, business consulting, wealth management and technology consulting, announced two recent promotions. Katie Gannon, an 18-year industry veteran and most recently Manager at the Green Bay office has been promoted to Partner. Gannon is a CPA and QuickBooks ProAdvisor who…

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Krisztina Dommer joins the KerberRose Government Audit Team

KerberRose, a Wisconsin certified public accounting firm specializing in auditing, accounting, business consulting, wealth management and technology consulting, is proud to announce Krisztina Dommer, CPA has joined our audit team as a Senior Manager for our Government Audit Team. Prior to joining KerberRose, Krisztina was the Senior Manager of Government…

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New Business Deductions

The IRS just issued guidance on the new business deduction that goes into effect this year. The deduction allows sole proprietors, partnerships and S corps to write off 20% of their qualified business income (QBI). The IRS issued proposed reliance regulations that explain the operation and calculation of the QBI…

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KerberRose named Top 300 Accounting Firm by Inside Public Accounting

Locally owned KerberRose Certified Public Accountants was recently named one of the top 300 accounting firms in the United States by Inside Public Accounting. This independent publication announced the top 300 accounting leaders based on a firm’s competitiveness, innovation, transformation within the industry, and change initiatives. “Our team is excited…

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Tariffs & Trade Policy Shake the Wisconsin Agriculture Community

Recent trade policy changes are having a significant affect on Wisconsin farmers. The U.S. imposed Tariffs on goods from China and other trading partners, and those countries have retaliated with tariffs on U.S. goods. Some of the first American goods to be impacted are Midwestern crops and meat. Lawmakers from…

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Upcoming Changes for Not-for-Profit Organization Financial Statements

Some changes in your year-end financial statements will be required that are designed to more clearly indicate your organization’s financial position as a result of a recent Financial Accounting Standards Board Accounting Standards Update (FASB ASU). The changes prescribed in Not-for-Profit Entities (Topic 958): Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit…

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