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Estate Planning: The Wrong Way With Minimum Effect

Posted by on May 28th, 2012 in Accounting, Estate Planning | Comments Off on Estate Planning: The Wrong Way With Minimum Effect

THE HISTORY: Roger and Mary Hunt, husband and wife, lived for many years in Carroll County, Tennessee with their only child Sue, where Roger operated a construction company with Sue assisting him in the operation of the business. During their lives together, the couple was able to amass a small estate of jointly held assets. Roger died intestate on October 5, 1983 leaving Mary the task of settling his estate. In an effort to make things easier on Sue, early in the 2000’s, Mary decided to put Sue’s name on all of her bank accounts,...

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Joseph W. McGregor

Posted by on Mar 21st, 2011 in Testimonials | Comments Off on Joseph W. McGregor

We have used Thomas Shelton, MBA, CPA, CFE as our advisor for helping us in making good business decisions and all our income tax preparation for over 20 years. He has assisted us with several state and federal tax audits, all with positive outcomes, throughout our relationship. We have always found him to be very well versed in his area of expertise, professional in the performance of his work and even a very good friend. We could recommend him to anyone in need of his services. Joseph W. McGregor President of McGregor Plumbing, Inc. Atwood,...

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Robert and Janice Wolfe

Posted by on Mar 21st, 2011 in Testimonials | Comments Off on Robert and Janice Wolfe

  We have been using Thomas Shelton, CPA for preparation of our taxes returns for more than 15 years. We have always found him to be diligent in his work and he has always provided the necessary services we requested in a professional manner utilizing the utmost care and concern for our situation. We could recommend him to anyone that has needs of a professional accountant that cares about his clients. Robert and Janice Wolfe, Wolfe Building and Insulation Company, Huntingdon, TN

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Ray and Pam Crossno

Posted by on Mar 21st, 2011 in Testimonials | Comments Off on Ray and Pam Crossno

We have used Thomas Shelton, CPA as our tax and business advisor for over twenty years. Thomas is more than just a trusted advisor, he is our friend and has always looked after our business as if it was his own. Anyone that uses his service will be amazed at the care and concern he gives to all aspects of the matters under consideration. We can recommend him to anyone without reservation. Windy Hill Enterprises, Atwood, TN Ray and Pam Crossno,...

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Enemies Within

Posted by on Jan 31st, 2011 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Enemies Within

Enemies Within Asset misappropriation comes in many forms. BY JOSEPH T. WELLS © December 2001 Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Sometimes, the truth isn’t very pretty. Consider, for example, the American workforce. Although regarded by many as the finest in the world, it has a dark side. According to estimates, a third of American workers have stolen on the job. Many of these thefts are immaterial to the financial statements, but not all are—especially to small businesses. Regardless of the amounts, CPAs are being asked to play...

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The Law of One Price

Posted by on Jan 31st, 2011 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on The Law of One Price

Thomas Shelton, CPA “The Law of One Price states that in competitive markets free of transportation costs and barriers to trade (such as tariffs), identical products sold in different countries must sell for the same price when their price is expressed in terms of the same currency”. (Global Business Today 6e, Hill p. 316)  Based upon this principle, if the Chinese currency is pegged to the dollar, similar products in China and the United States would have the same value in the terms of dollars. Even though the Chinese has allowed it...

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Entry Modes & Canadian Firms

Posted by on Jan 31st, 2011 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on Entry Modes & Canadian Firms

Thomas Shelton, CPA The development of entry modes involving the Canadian firm could consist of the following three methods 1) Manufacture the products at home and let foreign sales agents handle marketing, 2) Manufacture the products at home and set up a wholly owned subsidiary in Europe to handle marketing, and 3) Enter into an alliance with a large European pharmaceutical firm. The products would be manufactured in Europe by the 50/50 joint venture and marketed by the European firm.  The mode of entry of any company wanting to develop...

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Protectionism and U.S. Policy

Posted by on Jan 31st, 2011 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on Protectionism and U.S. Policy

Thomas Shelton, CPA PART A Arguments in favor of government intervention in international trade International trade implies several entities and also several counties or states with different legislations and procedures. While free trade is becoming the most commonly accepted way to promote exchange of goods and services, government intervention or regulation can help protect consumers, national security and emerging traders against monopoly. Here are some reasons that can justify a level of government regulation: The first area where a...

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The North American Free Trade Agreement

Posted by on Jan 31st, 2011 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The North American Free Trade Agreement

Thomas Shelton, CPA The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) started out as an agreement between the United States and Canada to remove tariffs between the two countries, taking affect January 1, 1989.  In 1991 talks between the two countries included Mexico and as a result of these talks NAFTA was born on January 1, 1984.  The contents of this agreement included the removal of most of the tariffs, barriers on cross-border flow of services, protection of intellectual property rights, restrictions on FDI, and creation of national...

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Why Employees Commit Fraud

Posted by on Jan 26th, 2011 in Thomas Shelton | Comments Off on Why Employees Commit Fraud

Why Employees Commit Fraud It’s either greed or need. by Joseph T. Wells, CFE, CPA It is important for CPAs to understand what motivates people to commit fraud so they can better assess risk and assist employers or clients in implementing appropriate preventive and detective measures. One element common to most occupational fraud offenders, from the CEO to the rank-and-file employee, is that almost none of them took their jobs for the purpose of committing fraud — they are typically first-time offenders. Facing that fact, one must ask the...

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