Molly Stinn, CPA has experience with common interest realty associations, or CIRAs:

 

 

If you own a home or rental property in a condominium or in a housing development where the homeowners share certain common property, you are probably a member of a condominium owners or homeowners association – collectively referred to as a common interest realty association or CIRA. Whereas CIRA members own the exclusive use of their individual living quarters, the Read More >>

Sheri Terens, CPA asks the tough questions when it comes to your employee benefit plans:

 

 

The hot topic over the last few years has been 401k fees. There are so many service providers associated with 401k plans that it’s hard to keep them straight: investment advisor, third party administrator, custodian, record-keeper and more. Do you know how they are getting compensated, and are you paying too much for remaining loyal to the same provider? Maybe, you’ Read More >>

Mike Bigrigg, CPA/ABV explains the inner workings of a business valuation:

 

 

I was recently giving a presentation at a local continuing education conference when I received an interesting comment in front of an audience of 200-plus attendees.  I had just finished a presentation on a few recent business valuation case studies and left the floor open for questions.  One attendee raised his hand and basically told me that business valuation was voodoo and that va Read More >>

Every year, the CK staff takes a summer afternoon off to get out of the office and play nine holes in our yearly golf outing. Last week, we played at Mallard Creek in randomly-assigned teams, and it was a lot of fun! Here’s a glimpse into the fun: