We’re always keen for our communications to be stimulating, relevant and useful and we keep a constant eye on how media is developing and how that is changing people’s expectations. Your feedback has been helping us shape our overall approach for the future, and you may have noticed those changes we’ve already made to our digital and printed communications.
Along with redeveloping our website, we’ve also been reviewing our email communications, to ensure we continue to bring you the most engaging content in the right format.
So, as we move in to the next stage of this evolution, we will no longer be producing In The Loop in its current format. We will still be sharing news of participant firms’ developments and achievements, just in a different way, so we will continue to welcome updates and views from you at any time. You can read more about the start of this phase of our development work here.
Please get in touch with us at email@example.com with your ideas for future themes and features, to share any news you think would interest other participants or with any other comments or suggestions.
Along with news about participant firms’ community and charitable work, here are some recent examples of the sort of stories we’re just as keen to share.
BKD Wealth advisors Expands to Denver
Jack Thurman, president of BKD Wealth Advisors, is proud to announce the expansion of Wealth Advisors into Colorado. Justin Wheeler, a senior managing advisor in the Kansas City office, will relocate to serve clients from BKD’s Denver location. Read more.
Aronson release their 2018 Healthcare Technology Market Trends Infographic
Technology firms aiming to stand out in today's competitive environment must stay current on major trends shaping the industries in which they operate. Download our infographic for an update on some key financial trends taking place in the Healthcare Technology industry. Read More.
Read the latest from DHG views - Does Your Company Defer Revenue for Tax Purposes Related to Original Issue Discount (OID)?
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (P.L 115-97, or the Act), introduces a significant change with regard to the timing of income recognition for certain revenues, including OID. The Act requires accrual method taxpayers to recognize income for federal tax purposes no later than the year in which the amount is recognized as revenue in the taxpayer’s applicable financial statements. Read more.