Getting Married? Here Are Some Tax Tips for Newlyweds

Late spring and early summer are popular times for weddings. Whatever the season, a change in your marital status can affect your taxes. Here are several tips from the IRS for newlyweds. • It’s important that the names and Social Security numbers that you put on your tax return match your Social Security Administration records. If… Read more »

Top 10 Issues Facing Clients

At YHB, we think our clients are great. Like, really great.  To make sure we’re meeting their needs, and to stay ahead of the curve, we recently sent some of our folks to the AICPA’s Practitioners Symposium and TECH+ Conference in Las Vegas to learn what the leading firms are doing for management, marketing, and… Read more »

FASB and IASB Issue a Revised Exposure Draft on Lease Accounting

by Chris Frye, CPA Manager It has been a long seven years since the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) took on the daunting task of revising the accounting standards for lease transactions.  After substantial public outcry in response to its first two exposure drafts, the joint task force… Read more »

Richmond Office Conquers Corporate 4-Miler

Eight YHB team members participated in the Connects Federal Credit Union Corporate 4-Miler in Innsbrook on Thursday, June 6.  It was a great opportunity to get involved in the community, support a client’s event, and it served as a good team building event.  The race was a great bonding experience and fun for all involved.  Elsie Rose, YHB Principal… Read more »

2013 Not-for-Profit Symposium

Our 2013 Not-For-Profit Symposium attracted record crowds in Winchester, as over 50 nonprofit professionals joined us for our annual symposium. The following day, on June 6th, we traveled to Richmond to present to over 20 Richmond-area nonprofit professionals. The symposiums began with technology. YHB Partner Curtis Thompson and Manager Bryan Newlin discussed some of the most common… Read more »

YHB Principal, CPAs, Recognized by VSCPA

On May 16th, Culpeper Partner Gary Lee was honored as a Lifetime Member of the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, receiving a certificate and a pin for his 40 years of service, at the 2013 Virginia CPA Honors & Awards ceremony. Also that night, Culpeper Supervisory Senior Megan Furlong and Richmond Associate LaLa Zhang… Read more »

Client Focus: State Theatre of Culpeper

May 4th was a day that many residents of Culpeper and beyond had eagerly awaited. After years of renovation, the historic State Theatre opened its doors to the public; but this wasn’t just any grand opening – Bruce Hornsby was there to entertain an already sold-out concert. The 1938 Art Deco theatre, once a vital part… Read more »

Client Focus: CLEAN’s Glow Run

Are you ready to Glow in the Park? This evening fundraising experience, the first of its kind in the Shenandoah Valley, is less about the run and more about the fun! Enjoy the glowing course and entertainment with your friends and family. Come walk, run, or dance… but definitely GLOW! All donations are tax deductible and… Read more »

Are You Ready for Healthcare Reform?

From YHB Manager Chris Frye‘s blog, More Than Just the Numbers… Are You Ready for Healthcare Reform? Last month, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to sit on a panel hosted by the Capital Area Franchise Association (CAFA). The roundtable discussion focused on identifying practical solutions to respond to the provisions of the Patient… Read more »

Culpeper Partner Helps High Schoolers Entrepreneurial Spirit

For the second year in a row, Culpeper Partner Gary Lee was a semi-finals judge in the E-Squared Competition among students in the Culpeper County High School System.  The panel of seven judges heard oral presentations from four teams of students whom had earlier developed written business plans to attract potential investors to support their entrepreneurial ventures.  Each… Read more »