Real estate owners and developers often form limited liability companies (LLCs) to hold title to property. One key reason for making the switch is that LLCs limit personal liability. While these entities do offer protection from personal liability for the debts and liabilities of the entity itself, some exceptions exist that could drain an owner’s or...
The partners and principals of Hertzbach are diverse in their professional backgrounds, experience, and achievements. Each partner/principal has made a unique contribution to the growth and success of the firm. Many of our partners and principals started their careers with our firm.Read More
Our team of over 140 professionals is diverse in their experience and achievements, concentrating in many practice service areas, including accounting and auditing, taxation, consulting, and specialized industries. Our depth of expertise and reputation make us the choice for businesses and individuals.Read More
Hertzbach & Co. provides services and consulting to a wide range of industries. We understand the unique practices of these industries. Our professional team of CPAs, working with other professionals and support staff, provide the specialized resources needed to succeed in all aspects of business.Read More
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Feb 19, 2014
The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) shared responsibility effective date has been modified again. The provision requires applicable large employers to either offer affordable minimum essential health insurance coverage or face a penalty. The provision was originally scheduled to go into effect 1/1/14 but was previously delayed until 2015. The IRS announced...
Feb 12, 2014
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) is the framework for the minimum standards of reporting and disclosure requirements for qualified retirement plans in private industry. Did you know that includes record retention requirements? Section 107 of ERISA stipulates that in general plan-related materials should be kept for at least six years...