Accounting pros to discuss “How to win at accounting and tax matters for startups”
Manchester and Portsmouth, New Hampshire – Court Klein and Frank Saglio, both CPAs from Howe, Riley & Howe, will headline Alpha Loft’s next Launch Series event and share insights about accounting and tax matters for startups. The event is from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Wednesday, December 13 at the Alpha Loft in Portsmouth, at 10 Vaughan Mall #205.
Klein is a Manager at Howe, Riley & Howe and provides audit and accounting, tax, and financial consulting services to clients in a wide variety of industries that range in size from venture backed start-ups to multi-national corporations. He joined the firm last year after 13 years with a large regional accounting firm and two years on the other side of the desk working as a controller in private industry. He is a licensed CPA in the State of New Hampshire and also holds the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation licensed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). He is a board member and treasurer for the Manchester Community Music School, and treasurer and founding board member for Manchester Moves, Inc.
Saglio, also a Manager and CPA at Howe, Riley & Howe, specializes in tax for manufacturing, professional services, commercial, and technology industries. A member of the firm since 2009, he received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting (Magna Cum Laude) and his Masters of Science in Accounting from the University of New Hampshire. He is treasurer for New Horizons for New Hampshire, member of the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants and the AICPA.
Together, Klein and Saglio will cover fundamental accounting and tax matters every startup should consider, including entity selection, bookkeeping, tax filings, independent contractor vs. employee issues, managing cash flow and preparing financial statements. The evening will also address complex matters that startups encounter as they grow, such as equity compensation, state nexus, New Hampshire taxes, and R&D tax credits.