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EisnerAmper podcasts bring you “the sound of business.” Choose from more than a dozen channels featuring nationally recognized experts discussing key issues in real estate, venture capital, technology, family businesses, taxation and a host of others. Get the information you need to help take your business or personal finances to the next level. Listen while you commute, while you work out, while you shop, or anywhere you’re on the go.


The Bottom Line

Podcast February 12, 2020 What Is An Outsourced CFO?

In this episode, we discuss what an outsourced CFO is, when would you want to outsource your CFO and how this can impact the Great Transition.

Podcast January 13, 2020 The 5 W’s of 1099s

EisnerAmper discusses the who, what, when, where and whys of 1099 forms.

Podcast January 07, 2020 FMLA and Absence Management

In this episode of The Bottom Line, Jane Romanowski, from ADP, and Tim Schuster discuss the Family and Medical Leave act.  

Podcast December 18, 2019 What Are The New Overtime Rules?

In this episode of The Bottom Line, Jane Romanowski, from ADP, and Tim Schuster discuss the new overtime rules.

Podcast December 09, 2019 Year-End Planning Guide

Tim Schuster offers company owners a few proactive things to think about as we approach the end of 2019.

Podcast November 01, 2019 The Importance of Verifying Employment Status

Meredith Brown and Kristen Whelan from ADP join Tim Schuster and discuss the importance of hiring employees who can legally work in the United States.

Podcast October 30, 2019 A Cautionary Tale on Fraud

In this episode we discuss real life examples of instances of fraud and the three factors that incentivize fraud.

Podcast October 24, 2019 State Tax Incentives – Do I Qualify?

In this episode, we discuss some of the ways your business can take advantage of state tax incentive programs, such as through relocation, investment and staff training.

Podcast September 16, 2019 You Mean Employers and Employees Are Not on the Same Page?

In this episode we discuss employee vs. employer perspectives.

Podcast August 21, 2019 Employee Benefits That Are on the Fringe

Tim Schuster examines some examples of employee benefits, who’s using them, and if they’re having the desired result.

Podcast July 31, 2019 6 Types of Executive Compensation to Consider

Tim Schuster discusses executive compensation, option grants, deferred compensation, fringe benefits and more. He also examines what to be aware of when preparing an executive compensation package.

Podcast May 23, 2019 Is There a Difference Between Outsourcing and Private Business Services?

Lindsey Gross of EisnerAmper’s Outsourced Finance and Accounting Group joins Tim Schuster from Private Business Services to discuss the differences between these two areas, client case studies that demonstrate those differences, and which types of cl…

Podcast March 26, 2019 You’re Not Using Social Media to Grow Your Business?

This episode of “The Bottom Line” looks at how you can use social media to grow your business. We examine the different communication platforms, how to take the first step, when to post, and some other key points to help foster success.

Podcast March 04, 2019 Pair of New Laws Impacts NJ Workers and Employers

This episode of the “The Bottom Line” examines two high-profile NJ legislative initiatives: the Family Leave Act and an increase in the minimum wage. Tim Schuster breaks down the fine points of each and what your business needs to do to get ready.

Podcast February 15, 2019 Creating a Quarterly Planning Calendar

A great New Year’s resolution for your business is to develop a quarterly planning calendar. This episode of The Bottom Line has Tim Schuster giving a blueprint for developing this how-to list, including the key action items for each quarter.

Podcast January 31, 2019 The Importance of Having an Emergency Fund

Are you financially ready in the event of a job loss, extended illness or some other emergency? EisnerAmper’s Tim Schuster offers some helpful tips on creating a fund that can help you sleep a little better at night should a crisis arise.

Podcast December 13, 2018 Why the Sandwich Generation Needs to Talk Finances

In this episode of The Bottom Line, Tim Schuster talks about the challenges, conversation topics and planning opportunities for members of the sandwich generation—individuals who are responsible for raising their children and caring for aging parents…

Podcast October 24, 2018 New Jersey Sick Leave Goes into Effect

As NJ initiates paid sick leave, The Bottom Line examines the requirements for business owners, the five reasons for which employees can use sick leave, and what business owners should be doing now to ensure a smooth implementation.

Podcast October 10, 2018 Filling Employment Needs in a Sellers’ Market

The economy seems to be chugging along, with unemployment at record lows. The Bottom Line looks at why some of that optimism needs to be tempered and what companies need to do in an increasingly competitive recruitment landscape.

Podcast October 08, 2018 Don’t Postpone Making Your Will

In this episode, Tim Schuster, from EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group, tells us why it is definitely not a good idea to be without a will. One key reason: Do you really want the state deciding how to dispense your assets?

Podcast September 27, 2018 Don’t Get Scammed By Someone Pretending to Be from the IRS

The Bottom Line looks at some of the common IRS scams out there, who the bad actors target, what you can do to protect yourself, and what you should do if you fall victim to one of these scammers.

Podcast August 02, 2018 High Court Rules on the Taxation of e-Commerce

This episode of The Bottom Line examines the landmark Supreme Court decision in the Wayfair case on e-commerce taxation. Tim Schuster looks at what’s behind the decision, how broad the impact will be, and what you can do to prepare if you sell online…

Podcast June 18, 2018 Employee or Contractor – The DOL’s Watching

Tim Schuster gives us The Bottom Line when host Dave Plaskow recently received a NJ Department of Labor questionnaire concerning some freelance writing assignments from a couple of years ago.

Podcast June 11, 2018 NJ Budget Mixes Some of the Familiar (and Not-So Familiar)

This episode of The Bottom Line takes a look at newly elected Governor Phil Murphy’s inaugural NJ budget. We’ll highlight some the proposed revenue raisers along with what’s on the governor’s shopping list and how these could impact state residents.

Podcast April 05, 2018 Tim's Top Individual Tax Questions

In this episode of The Bottom Line, Tim Schuster, discusses some of the individual taxation questions bubbling up from clients in the wake of tax reform including itemized, state and local, mortgage interest and qualified business income.

Podcast February 28, 2018 Top 7 Questions on Tax Reform

In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” EisnerAmper manager Tim Schuster talks about the seven questions he’s receiving the most from clients on tax reform including converting to a C corporation, the new meals and entertainment rules and beyond.

Podcast February 01, 2018 Retirement Savings Plans for Small Businesses

In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” Tim Schuster talks about the benefits of a retirement savings plan for companies.

Podcast December 27, 2017 What Is the State of Your College Savings Plan?

Tim Schuster discusses how starting a college savings account – sooner rather than later – can help alleviate sticker shock for your child’s college education.

Podcast December 26, 2017 Which Health Spending Account Is Right for Your Business?

Tim Schuster examines the differences between health savings accounts, health reimbursement accounts and flexible savings accounts, as well as who funds the plan, who owns it, taxation, contribution limits and what happens to unused funds.

Podcast December 05, 2017 SBA Loans for Improving or Expanding Your Business

EisnerAmper manager Tim Schuster looks at several categories of Small Business Administration (SBA) loans. He covers what lenders examine in the approval process as well as how business advisors can help you make the most of the process.

Podcast November 07, 2017 How to Succeed at Succession Planning

In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” EisnerAmper’s private business services manager Tim Schuster tackles the issue of succession planning. Tim covers his prescription for a healthy business transition and challenges and underlying financial issues.

Podcast November 06, 2017 Plan Today for Tomorrow’s Disaster

Tim Schuster, EisnerAmper private business services manager, discusses the need for proactive disaster planning. Tim gives a few areas that businesses can focus on to protect themselves, keep their operations running and maintain financial stability.

Podcast October 03, 2017 Welcome to "The Bottom Line"

Tim discusses the different frameworks, including a company’s size and business structure, and where a business advisor can add value. For example, if you’re a mid-sized company, your accountant, banker and lawyer will all probably approach business …

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