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November 14, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – November 2018

ACCOUNTING: Increased focus on Non-GAAP Metrics The number of comment letters SEC sends to filers may be down, but the proportion of letters focused on…
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October 17, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – October 2018

ACCOUNTING: No profit? No problem! IPOs: Money-Losing Firms Welcome Some 83% of U.S. listed initial public offerings in the first three quarters of 2018 were…
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September 17, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – September 2018

ACCOUNTING: SOX 404(b) in cross hairs -- SEC: More Reg Relief on the Way A few weeks ago SEC chairman Jay Clayton addressed the Nashville…
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August 16, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – August 2018

ACCOUNTING: The Impact of the New Lease Accounting Standard - From footnote obscurity, operating leases are poised to become prominent features in SEC corporate filings,…
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July 18, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – July 2018

ACCOUNTING: SEC Redefines "Smaller Reporting Company" Some bigger companies will now be smaller companies in the eyes of the SEC. On June 28, 2018, the…
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June 20, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – June 2018

ACCOUNTING SEC Commissioner Opposes Enforcement Approach Newly seated member of the Securities and Exchange Commission Hester Peirce has a different view on her agency's enforcements…
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May 15, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – May 2018

ACCOUNTING Reg A+ Cap to Remain at $50 Million The Securities and Exchange Commission refused to increase the $50 million offering cap for Regulation A+.…
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April 15, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – April 2018

ACCOUNTING Bitcoin traders didn't get the memo? Don't let the name cryptocurrency fool you. As far as the IRS is concerned, it's not currency, it's…
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March 15, 2018 in Weinberg & Company

Simply Stated Newsletter – March 2018

ACCOUNTING No Tax Break for New Jersey New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney wants to create a new 3% tax surcharge on businesses with more…
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