Identity Theft: Prevention & Repair 

Published: February 17, 2017

Tax Season is upon us, so that may mean an increase in tax-related identity theft opportunities. Learn about the signs of identity theft, what to do if your identity is stolen, scams to avoid, resources available to you and more!

Self-Employment & Schedule C - What you Need to Know 

Published: January 24, 2017

Morgan Hopkins, CPA and Mike Tota, CPA give a webinar on tax and financial strategies for new entrepreneurs, as well as owners of existing small businesses, to consider.

Some of the topics included are reporting profit or loss from a small business or profession on Schedule C, deductions including business expenses and health insurance, self-employment and quarterly estimated tax payments and saving for retirement.



Planning for Health Care in Retirement

Published: December 22, 2016

Join Janet Graves, CPA and Deanna Baudo, CPA for a webinar focused on what you need to know about medicare coverage, and other important retirement and financial planning information.


Financial Planning & Gifting Techniques

Published: December 9, 2015

Join Dennis Stein, CPA and Kevin Woodworth, CPA for a webinar on strategies to consider regarding year-end planning, in addition to different gifting techniques. They will also touch on Roth IRA strategies and the impact it can have on your financial situation.

FASB Issues Simplifications for Employee Benefit Plans

Published: November 18, 2015

Join Mollene Benison, CPA, Tim Thaney, CPA and Corey Dennis, CPA for a webinar covering the recently issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) that will reduce complexity in employee benefit plan financial reporting and disclosure requirements. The objective of the ASUs are to reduce complexity in employee benefit plan accounting and to identify, evaluate and improve areas of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for which cost and complexity can be reduced while maintaining or improving the usefulness of the information provided to the users of the financial statements.  

Owning Your Own Business and What You Need to Know About Schedule C

Published: August 20, 2015

Self-employed taxpayers have some unique challenges when filing their tax returns including navigating the rules of income recognition, determining what is deductible, maintaining substantiating records, and paying self-employment tax. There are also some opportunities, such as deductions for saving for retirement and health insurance premiums. Join Janet Graves, CPA, a Manager in our Tax Practice and Morgan Hopkins, a Supervisor in our Tax Practice, for a webinar covering these issues and more! CLICK TO WATCH »

A How To Guide for the DeJoy, Knauf & Blood 2014 Tax Organizer

Published: February 03, 2015

Join Janet Graves, CPA a manager in DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Personal Tax Practice and Cullen Spencer an Experienced Staff Accountant for our 2014 Tax Organizer Webinar. This webinar is a step by step guide to the 2014 Tax Organizer and will help to answer any questions you may have while filling it out. CLICK TO WATCH »


2014 Year End Tax Planning Webinar

Published: December 04, 2014

Listen in to Dennis Stein, CPA, head of DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Personal Tax Practice and Kevin Woodworth, CPA, a Senior Accountant in our Tax Practice give a webinar on different ideas and strategies surrounding tax planning as 2014 year-end approaches. CLICK TO WATCH »

The New Revenue Recognition Standards are More Critical than Ever Are you Prepared

Published: December 02, 2014

Mollene Benison and Amy Brisson, partners in our Financial Assurance Practice and Justin Rand a manager in our Financial Assurance Practice give a presentation on the new Revenue Recognition Standards companies will be facing across all industries. The most affected group are entities that enter into contracts with customers to transfer goods or services, unless those contracts are within the scope of other standards (e.g. insurance or lease contracts).

The necessity of the webinar is based on the Financial Accounting Standard Board (FASB) issuing an Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2014-09 "Revenue from Contracts with Customers." This new rule creates a comprehensive standard that converges U.S. GAAP and IFRS to provide a principles-based approach to revenue recognition and eliminates existing industry-specific guidance. Consequently, FASB expects entities to recognize revenue more consistently for similar contracts, regardless of the industry in which an entity operates. 

The new rules won't take effect in the US until after December 15, 2016, but many companies are starting to prepare now in order to allow time to assess the impacts, plan, and implement the necessary business process and system changes before the effective date. Knowledge of the new rules and proactive planning will be key factors to implementing the new revenue recognition standard. CLICK TO WATCH »


Financial Reporting Framework for Small & Medium Sized Entities

Published: November 19, 2013

Join Susan Desino and Amy Brisson, Partners in DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Financial Assurance Practice and Sean Rivers a Manager in DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Financial Assurance practice for a webinar regarding Financial Reporting Framework. The AICPA recently created a streamlined non-GAAP financial reporting framework designed to be used by small- and medium-sized entities. In this webinar we will provide an overview of this new framework as well as some proposed modifications within GAAP for private companies meant to reduce complicated reporting requirements. CLICK TO WATCH »

IRS Repair Regulations - What is Changing?

Published: October 30, 2013

Presented by Mark Blood, CPA and Mike Cooke, CPA both partners with DeJoy, Knauf & Blood, Laura Rivers, CPA who is a manager with DeJoy, Knauf & Blood and Riley Carhart, CPA who is an in-charge accountant with DeJoy, Knauf & Blood. CLICK TO WATCH »


The Fiscal Cliff - What Does it Mean for You

Published: November 30, 2012

Mark Blood, Director of DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Tax Practice, Dennis Stein, Director of the Small Business and Individual Tax Practice and Laura Woodworth, a Supervisor in the Tax Practice give a webinar on "The Fiscal Cliff: What Does it Mean for You." Basic tax changes, examples, strategies to be implemented and opportunities to take advantage of will all be discussed. This is an informative webinar with real world examples that you don't want to miss. CLICK TO WATCH »

Retirement Plan Fee Disclosure Requirements DOL 2012

Published: September 13, 2012

Tim Thaney, a partner with DeJoy, Knauf & Blood and Matt Hanley, a manager with DeJoy, Knauf & Blood go over the covered plans, covered services and service providers, compensation and expenses, key dates and important action items under this new disclosure requirement mandated by the Department of Labor. CLICK TO WATCH »

Maximizing Cash Flow in Retirement

Published: July 19, 2012

A webinar given by Dennis Stein, Director of DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Small Business and Indvidual Tax Practice and Janet Graves, a manager in DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Small business and Individual Tax Practice on how to Maximize Cash Flow in Retirement. The webinar leaves the listener with a variety of examples and ideas to think about throughout all stages of their life before retirement and during retirement. CLICK TO WATCH »

How does the Health Care Reform Act Impact You

Published: July 10, 2012

A webinar given by Mike Cooke, Director of DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Business Tax Practice, Rebecca Rodriguez, a senior in our tax practice and Don Collichio, a supervisor in our Tax Practice. This covers all of the hot topics regarding Health Care reform. CLICK TO WATCH »

Join DeJoy, Knauf & Blood for a Webinar Bush Tax Cuts Expiring

Published: July 10, 2012

A webinar given by Mark Blood, Director of DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Tax Practice and Laura Woodworth a senior in DeJoy, Knauf & Blood's Tax Practice. CLICK TO WATCH »