Tag: Mark E. Battersby

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Rethinking your equipment purchasing approach

August 21, 2019By

The development of a new equipment lease standard presents an opportunity for producers to reduce their bottom line.

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While unpaid tax bills can break the bank at your company, aggregate producers can employ a number of strategies ahead of time to avoid interest and penalties. Photo: iStock.com/Michael Burrell

When you owe the IRS

March 1, 2019By

If your business can’t pay a tax bill by its deadline, there are perfectly legitimate strategies that can minimize and even eliminate the fines and penalties.

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Profiting together with mergers and acquisitions

October 19, 2018By

With M&A activity on the rise, aggregate operations should perform their due diligence when selecting the right path for their business.

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What you can write off while attending shows

August 22, 2018By

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act changed the rules when it comes to business expenses and deductions.

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New rules for taxing pass-through income

May 9, 2018By

Tax reform is prompting a number of owners and operators to re-evaluate the structure of their business.

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How to get the most out of employee stock ownership plans

April 16, 2018By

Use these tips to get the most from employee stock ownership plans and beyond just at retirement.

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Breaking down the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act

March 21, 2018By

Find out what the reform bill means for crushed stone, sand and gravel operations.

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An aggregate producer’s guide to tax planning

December 4, 2017By

Good tax planning is based on an aggregate business’ current tax rate versus its future tax rates.

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