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M&A outlook is complicated, but deals market is still active20230306130000
M&A outlook is complicated, but deals market is still active
FMLMarch 6, 2023
FML founding partner Frank Milone was interviewed for a Hartford Business Journal article about the M&A environment for businesses and private equity firms in 2023. There have been some notable small- to midsize mergers in Connecticut already this year, including FML's recent merger with Bregman & C...
FML promotes Karlene Barry to partner20230306080000
FML promotes Karlene Barry to partner
FMLMarch 6, 2023
Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina (FML CPAs) has announced the promotion of Karlene Barry, CPA to partner. Barry has more than 20 years of public accounting experience servicing a variety of industries with a concentration in closely held business and their owners. Barry spent two decades with Viola Ch...
6 Myths About the Soon-to-Expire Employee Retention Tax Credit20230126140837
6 Myths About the Soon-to-Expire Employee Retention Tax Credit
FMLJanuary 26, 2023
As the sunset date approaches, you may have seen ads about the employee retention tax credit targeting restaurants and promising $26,000 in refundable tax credits per employee. While that is the maximum amount per employee, there are many factors in determining the refund amount. The IRS has warned ...
Bregman & Company, PC, Merges with Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina, LLP, Combining Two Leading Connecticut Accounting Firms20230111083028
Bregman & Company, PC, Merges with Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina, LLP, Combining Two Leading Connecticut Accounting Firms
FMLJanuary 11, 2023
Bregman & Company, P.C. will operate as a division of FML....
Despite headlines, crypto will gain traction in the mainstream business community in 202320230109124145
Despite headlines, crypto will gain traction in the mainstream business community in 2023
FMLJanuary 9, 2023
For the Hartford Business Journal's economic forecast issue, FML partner Justin Wilcox explores the 2023 cryptocurrency outlook....
How to build your finance team as your company grows20230104155928
How to build your finance team as your company grows
FMLJanuary 4, 2023
As a company grows, so does its financial team. But not all companies have the same finance needs. Which roles should you prioritize? And how do you know when it’s time to fill them?...
SBF’s prosecution could determine classification of FTX losses20221216090000
SBF’s prosecution could determine classification of FTX losses
FMLDecember 16, 2022
Writing for Cointelegraph, FML partner Justin Wilcox explores how charges against FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried may affect how the IRS views individual investor losses in the crypto exchange collapse....
Fairfield County Business Journal details how FML is helping LobsterCraft expand20221212123000
Fairfield County Business Journal details how FML is helping LobsterCraft expand
FMLDecember 12, 2022
Fairfield County Business Journal published a piece about how, in 10 years time, LobsterCraft has gone from a one-man food truck to a franchise with global aspirations. FML director of advisory services Julie Gionfriddo and her team have been instrumental in helping LobsterCraft grow....
Policy shifts, macroeconomics dominate year-end small business tax strategies20221121080000
Policy shifts, macroeconomics dominate year-end small business tax strategies
FMLNovember 21, 2022
With just weeks left in the year, businesses can still take actions that will benefit their 2022 tax position. FML partners Jim Arcouette and Bill Slattery explain how in this article they co-authored for Hartford Business Journal....
Burned out on public accounting or burned out on your firm? They’re not the same thing.20221006140900
Burned out on public accounting or burned out on your firm? They’re not the same thing.
FMLOctober 6, 2022
See this article as it originally appeared in Accounting Today. Burnout is real. And in the wake of the pandemic, in one way or another, most of us have felt it. Even before the pandemic, I saw young accountants make a common mistake: assuming they are burned out with public accounting as a professi...