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2016 GWSCPA Women to Watch Winners to Present at 2017 GWSCPA Women to Watch Awards

By Marketing | October 10, 2017

Hertzbach’s Rebecca Boland, CPA and Zeynep Orhan, CPA will be presenting awards at the 2017 GWSCPA Women to Watch Awards. Both Ms. Boland and Ms. Orhan won awards at last year’s GWSCPA Women to Watch event. Rebecca Boland, CPA, CGMA won the 2016 GWSCPA Women to Watch Experienced Leader award. Ms. Boland is a director…

Understanding the Difference Between Calculation vs. Valuation Engagements

By Marketing | October 2, 2017

Hertzbach’s Robert Cantor, CPA, CVA, CFE has been published in the Daily Record of Maryland, explaining the difference between calculation and valuation engagements, two different methods to determine the value of a business and how this differentiation may be essential for companies to better serve their clients. To read the full article visit: http://thedailyrecord.com/2017/09/26/robert-n-cantor-valuations-column/ Mr.…

Lead, Inspire, Transform: Meeting Tomorrow’s Challenges Today

By Marketing | October 2, 2017

Patrick Trotta, CPA, CHC, partner at Hertzbach, will be presenting “Strange Bedfellows – NOT! Relations Between Acute Care and Post Acute Care Providers” as a part of LifeSpan Network and the Health Facilities Association of Maryland 2017 Annual Conference, Lead Inspire, Transform: Meeting Tomorrow’s Challenges. Patrick is a partner in Hertzbach’s Healthcare Industry Services Group…

Hertzbach Is A Proud Sponsor for “City Shred Day” Event

By Marketing | September 7, 2017

Hertzbach is proud to be a sponsor for Baltimore’s “City Shred Day,” an event that encourages the Baltimore community to bring documents for secure, on-site destruction. All proceeds from the event will support the local organization, Strong City Baltimore. There is no limit on how much you can shred and the event will also include…

Valuation takes center stage when business owners divorce

By Professional Practices | September 5, 2017

Splitting up a marital estate can be a long, complicated process, particularly if it includes a private business interest. Fortunately, a valuation professional can provide answers to these critical financial questions: How much is my business interest worth? There are three ways to value a business: the cost, market and income approaches. All of these…

Robert Carter Discusses Career with Rausch Law, LLC

By Marketing | September 1, 2017

Hertzbach’s senior manager, Robert W. Carter, MS, CPA, CVA, CFE, CEPA recently spoke with Rausch Law, LLC as a part of their podcast, Inner Circle, to discuss his career and to offer advice to aspiring individuals within the accounting and finance field. Robert Carter joined Hertzbach in 2007 and now exclusively manages the Business Valuation,…

Beat the summer heat and shop Maryland Tax-Free Week

By Tax Department | August 11, 2017

Just in time for back to school shopping, Maryland apparel retailers are beginning a week of tax-free sales. The second Sunday of August to the following Saturday is designated as Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week each year. That means qualifying apparel and footwear $100 or less, per item, are exempt from the state sales tax. Accessory items are generally…

Fight fraud with these common managerial accounting tools

By Professional Practices | August 7, 2017

When thinking about the ways financial experts can uncover fraud, data analysis and other forensic accounting techniques may come to mind. But qualified experts also know how to use everyday managerial accounting practices to ferret out fraud. Budgets Budgets can provide insight into how management expects a company to perform in the near future. As…

Implications of HIPAA Breaches an Increasing Concern for Long-term Care

By Health Care | July 27, 2017

Data breaches can come from many sources including ransom-ware, employee mistakes and disgruntled and/or former employee actions.  Long-term care operators have a specific added burden of securing records for an extended period. Additionally, this type of information remains valid and useful for a very long period since it is unlikely to change. Following a data…

How FRCP amendments affected e-discovery rulings in 2016

By Professional Practices | July 24, 2017

The amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) took effect in December 2015. What effect did the amendments have on cases involving the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI)? The answer may be found in a recent study published by Kroll Ontrack, a data recovery and e-discovery consulting firm. The conclusions drawn can help you…

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