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The recently enacted Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act relaxes some of the existing regulations that might have otherwise prevented your small business clients from going public or expanding their investor pool.
Private company clients, entrepreneurs, and start-ups will turn to you, their CPA, for advice on how the JOBS Act may apply to them. This toolkit includes an analysis of the Act, along with important insights from leading CPAs, who are already advising their clients about what the JOBS Act can—and cannot—do for them and their companies.
The JOBS Act of 2012: Tools, Tips, and Tactics defines and explains new concepts and terminology, including crowdfunding and the new category of emerging growth companies (ECGs), both of which have taken on new meaning as a result of the Act.
Plus, you’ll learn how the law may open up new opportunities for you to advise clients about strategies for succession planning, fraud consulting, and more.
In addition to an explanation of the issues, the toolkit provides a variety of tools, including:
The JOBS Act provides new opportunities for CPA firms. As a result of the Act, you may be called upon to provide controller services, corporate advisory services, technology consulting, wealth management, or a host of other engagements, to new and growing entities that are in a position to take advantage of what the law has to offer. Be prepared, with The JOBS Act of 2012: Tools, Tips, and Tactics!
About the Author:
Anita Dennis is an award-winning communications professional whose work includes books, annual reports, social media content, brochures, scriptwriting, newsletters and magazine and newspaper articles.
As the head of Dennis Communications LLC, she works with clients to create dynamic messages that promote their strategic goals and enhance their images with target audiences. In the last four years, her work for clients has received nearly 20 awards in numerous prestigious competitions.
As a journalist, she has written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune Small Business and Wealth Manager, among other publications. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, she studied for a year in Paris and is fluent in French.
The author wishes to thank the following individuals for their valuable assistance in creating this publication:
Donald B. Applegarth, CPA, Taryn M. Bostjancic, CPA, Lauren Craig, CPA, Frank Gonzalez, CPA, Kurt Huntzinger, CPA, Dale J. Jensen, CPA, Alyssa G. Martin, CPA, Manuel E. Pravia, CPA and Robert Van Arnum, CPA.