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Crain's Cleveland Business, May 15, 2014Joe Heider, principal at Rehmann, contributes a byline to Crain's Cleveland Business detailing how corporate investigative services can benefit small business owners. Heider offers several examples that highlight the advantages of corporate investigative services, including the hiring of key executives and employee background checks. Investor's Business Daily, May 12, 2014Trang Ho of Investor's Business Daily quotes Ethan Anderson, senior portfolio manager at Rehmann, in an article discussing India's recent stock market soar. The rally occurred on Monday when investors banked on Narendra Modi of the pro-business Bharatiya Jana Party to win the parliamentary elections...

The U.S. Departments of Labor, Treasury, and Health and Human Services have announced the publication of final regulations implementing a 90-day limit on waiting periods for health coverage. The final regulations require that no group health plan or group health insurance issuer impose a waiting period that exceeds 90 days after an employee is otherwise eligible for coverage...

For the second consecutive year, Rehmann has been recognized by the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance and the American Women's Society of Certified Public Accountants as one of the 2014 Best Public Accounting Firms for Women. "At Rehmann, we're proud of the emphasis we place on providing personal development and growth opportunities for women in our firm," Rehmann Chairman & CEO Steven D. Kelly said. "This recognition helps validate what we've long felt: that putting people first can help make great things happen...

Employers who reimburse employees for purchasing health care through health exchanges – as opposed to establishing their own health insurance plan – are not in compliance with the Affordable Care Act, according to information recently published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). That lack of compliance could come with a hefty price tag: $100 per day, per employee ... or a whopping $36,500 per year. In Q&A format on its website, the IRS posted the following: What are the consequences to the employer if the employer does not establish a health insurance plan for its own employees, but reimburses those employees for premiums they pay for health insurance (either through a qualified health plan in the Marketplace or outside the Marketplace)?..

Magdalena Marriott, CPA, MBA, CISA has joined Rehmann, a CPA, wealth management and corporate investigation firm, as an Assurance Principal in the Firm's Troy office. Marriott has more than 20 years of experience in public accounting with Big Four firms. She most recently served as a Senior Vice President and Assistant Corporate Controller at Zions Bancorporation. Her industry focus includes financial institutions and global manufacturers...

USA Today, April 22, 2014Rodney Brooks of USA Today quotes Joe Heider, principal at Rehmann, in an article debating whether $1 million is enough to retire in today's environment. "People think $1 million is a lot of money," says Heider. "However, that translates into $40,000 to $50,000 annually in sustainable revenue. That is not much money on an annual basis...

Rehmann has once again been named a Best of Lake Erie West accounting firm by readers of the Toledo Business Journal in Northeast Ohio and Southeast Michigan. The award recognizes area companies and professional firms that display an exceptional approach to conducting business. Voters were asked to consider a variety of criteria, including: Quality of products and services Service to customers Attention to ethics in business activities and transactions Rehmann serves clients out of its Toledo, Independence and Westlake offices in Ohio...

Wednesday, 02 April 2014

Rehmann in the News - April 2014

USA Today, March 23, 2014Jeff Reeves of USA Today includes Sandy Shecter, CPA, principal at Rehmann, in an article detailing why many Americans will not qualify for a medical deduction, even if they keep impeccable tax records."Typically high wage earnings have a hard time claiming the medical deduction. If you don't itemize your returns, you obviously cannot claim the deductions either," she says. Click here for the full article...

Does your company offer a retirement plan? If so, an important deadline is approaching that you need to be aware of. Many retirement plans utilize an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) pre-approved document, known as a "master and prototype" or "volume submitter" plan. These pre-approved plans must be rewritten and re-adopted by the employer every six years in order to insert language that addresses any new rules and regulations enacted since the previous document was created...

Marie Shebuski, ERPA, QPA, QKA has been promoted to Principal at Rehmann, a CPA, wealth management and corporate investigation firm. Shebuski is a member of Rehmann Retirement Builders and has provided retirement plan strategies for over 25 years. "Marie takes a very proactive approach to assisting clients that contributes greatly to her success at the Firm," said East Region Managing Principal Stacie Kwaiser. "I know that she will continue to succeed in this new role...

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