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By Michelle Jenkins Labor shortages and the desires of employees for a more balanced life are opening the door, now more than ever, for fully remote work options. This can potentially lead to a team of multi-state workers. When working with remote or multi-state workers, government contractors may need to segment cost pool allocations differently...
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On August 25, 2022, Anglin Reichmann Armstrong and PTAC Florida hosted a government contracting growth summit called “Evolve.” This event aimed to connect small, medium, and large companies to discuss government contracting opportunities through networking and educational presentations. The event was held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Our 2022 Evolve...
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When interest rates increase, when is the best time to finance a building renovation, expand operations or generally increase your capitalization for business health? If you’re thinking about financing for any of these reasons or others, what is the best approach? The truth? It depends. Whether you’re in government contracting, healthcare, technology or manufacturing, your...
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Do you have the clause FAR 52.216-7 “Allowable Cost and Payment” in any of your contracts? If you do, you likely have a requirement to prepare an Incurred Cost Submission for your company and submit it to your local DCAA office 6 months after your fiscal year-end. Typically, this FAR clause is incorporated in cost...
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By Michelle Jenkins, CPA, MBA and Elena Miller, MBA Historical data is just one component of government contractor budgeting that, taken alone, will often miss the mark against actual costs or revenue. Using historicals that are looking backwards will drive the budget even farther from reality. To develop more accurate forward pricing budgets, finance leaders...
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When speaking to clients about ways to manage tax credits, we often have to answer this question: “Does the R&D Tax Credit apply to me?” It depends. And it really depends in the area of software development or engineering improvements. Companies can overlook thousands of dollars in unrealized credits at the federal and state level...
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Preparing the Incurred Cost Submission Do you have the clause FAR 52.216-7 “Allowable Cost and Payment” in any of your contracts? If you do, you have a requirement to prepare an Incurred Cost Submission for your company and submit to your local DCAA office 6 months after your fiscal year end. Typically, this FAR clause...
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Anglin Reichmann Armstrong is pleased to announce that Michelle Jenkins, CPA, MBA, will be promoted to Partner in the firm, effective January 1, 2021.  Michelle joined Anglin in 2012 and was promoted to Manager in the Solutions Services Group a short time later. As a Partner, Michelle will continue to add her knowledge to the Government...
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Government contracting has a very specific issue we have to address with regards to how research is funded, and it’s an added level of due diligence for anyone who has government contracting as a business component.   However, we’ve seen this due diligence missed in government contracting tax compliance, and it creates serious risks with claiming the R&D Tax Credit and...
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The Deltek | Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study for 2020 was recently released. This study addresses the trends and conditions transforming the government contracting market. This is the 11th annual study from Deltek and it continues to prove insightful for government defense contractors. According to Deltek, “The results of the 11th Annual Study remain positive,...
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