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Costs Related to Extraordinary Reviews of Unsettled Overhead Costs

On September 28, 2016, DCAA removed Chapter Seven from the Contract Audit Manual (CAM) and released a new seventy-five chapter document entitled “Selected Areas of [...]

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Income Distribution – Deciding How to Split the Pie

Having partners in a medical practice definitely has its advantages. You have peers to share the workload and to share costs, which often drives up [...]

The Sandwich Generation – Taking a Bite out of the Burden

They call us the Sandwich Generation, the middle layer between grown or growing children who depend on us and parents who also depend on us.   [...]

How to Qualify as a Small Business Government Contractor

So you are considering or have decided that you want to do business with the United States Government.  Why not when the government spends over [...]