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Peterson Sullivan 2016 Summer Leadership Event

We are excited to announce and invite you to apply for the Peterson Sullivan 2016 Summer Leadership Event!  For more details and application information, view our 2016 Summer Leadership Event FlyerSpace is limited, apply today! Applications are due May 1st.

IRS Extends Deadline for ACA Information Reporting

The IRS has extended the filing deadlines for certain information reports required under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  The rules referred to as the "employer mandate" require  "applicable large employers" (ALEs) to report information about health care coverage, if any, offered to full-time employees.  An ALE is generally an employer with at least 50 full-time employees or the equivalent.  Read more.

Peterson Sullivan Announces New Partner

Peterson Sullivan announced today the promotion of Roger Wilkins, CPA to partner. A veteran in the accounting industry, Wilkins brings more than 30 years of experience in public accounting, focused primarily on privately-held and publicly traded entities. Read more.

Matt Smith Rejoins Peterson Sullivan 

Peterson Sullivan is pleased to announce the addition of Matt Smith to its audit team. A former Peterson Sullivan employee who has recently returned to the firm, Matt will be an Audit Senior Manager in the nonprofit group. Read more.

Thought Leadership

Read a few of our latest viewpoints as our team of experts look at the immediate and long-term issues facing our clients.

Washington State Taxes and Independent Schools

Nonprofit organizations, even though they may be exempt from federal taxes, are generally not exempt from taxes in Washington. Unless a nonprofit organization has a specific exemption for excise taxes... Read More.

Rounding Up Recent Accounting Developments

Keeping up with changing accounting standards is critical to every public company’s well-being. That’s why you need to consider these two recent developments...Read More.

Does Your Nonprofit Suffer From Founders Syndrome?

Of the many afflictions that can impede a nonprofit’s growth and progress, one of the most deadly is the dreaded “Founder’s Syndrome.” Founder’s Syndrome strikes when a single individual — typically the founder, executive director or other long-term leader...  Read more.

Industries and Services

Fraud & Forensic Accounting

From time to time questions about the financial integrity of a business or personal situation can arise. Speculation, theories and suspicions are a natural... Read more.

Succession Planning

Your objectives and vision for your company are important elements in your quest for a new owner. This process can be challenging... Read more.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Many business owners are involved in a sale, merger or acquisition once or maybe twice during their lives.  Read more.