In 1975, Al Harding and Dick Shymanski had a vision for a different kind of firm. Today we serve local and global clients from offices on both sides of the Ohio River.About Us
As our bank restructured and made the decision to outsource the internal audit function, Harding & Shymanski was there for us, helping to meet a demanding regulatory timeline at a reasonable price. We are so pleased with the professionalism of the Harding & Shymanski staff that we have engaged them to perform several additional functions including: annual risk assessments, 401k third party administration, assistance with loan review and other auditing services. Partnering with Harding & Shymanski has been a positive experience and has simplified our restructuring and growth process.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act included a change to preclude employers from deducting qualified transportation fringe benefit expenses, including qualified parking, paid or incurred after December 31, 2017. Yesterday, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued interim guidance regarding the treatment of these fringe benefit expenses paid or incurred after Dec. 31, 2017. The guidance will help […]Read More
Our offices will close at 3:30 p.m. local time today, December 6th, for the firm’s Christmas party. The offices will reopen as normal on Monday, December 10th.Read More
New standards will change nonprofit financial statements and 990s. More importantly, these new standards will impact how users “read” financial statements and will expand required disclosures within the financial statements. Additionally, these new rules could change when revenue is recognized. Join us to ensure that your organization is ready for these changes. Choose a location […]Read More