Disclosures | August, 2006

In 2004, to help offset the repeal of a tax break for U.S. exporters, Congress created a new deduction for U.S. businesses.

Virginia Medical News | April, 2006

Charitable contributions—we all think about them in terms of our private lives outside of the office, but how much thought do we give to such things as it regards to our business practices?

OT Magazine | December, 2005

The jock tax—what athlete hasn't heard of it, or felt the sting of it come April 15? Without the proper planning, of course, the sting becomes even more painful. After all, just as a foul ball, shooting over par or a fumble can cost you or your team dearly, SQ can fumbling your tax planning.

Accounting Today | May, 2005
The New York Times | February, 2005
Richmond Times-Dispatch | February, 2005

Bob Rayner

Steve Piascik knows a lot about the way professional athletes spend their money, right down to how much they're shelling out for cell phones and fancy dinners. 

Style Weekly | September, 2004

Steven Piascik recognized as one of the Top 40 under 40 successful young professionals who give back to the community

Ot Magazine | September, 2004

Identifying smart investments will go a long way toward protecting your financial future.

Virginia Economic Development Partnership | July, 2004
The Atlanta Journal and Constitution | July, 2004

A few miles from the basketball courts, the campers at the Adidas Superstar Camp were given a dose of reality. Every player had to spend four hours in a hotel ballroom in the "life skills" portion of the camp, which concluded Saturday at the Suwanee Sports Academy.

Washingtonpost.com | June, 2004
Kleos | October, 2003

by Linda Barrett 

The young firm of Piascik & Associates PC successfully serves a market of high-net-worth individuals, including many professional athletes. 

Virginia Medical News | October, 2003

Does your medical practice have credit balances on your patients’ accounts that are six months, one year or even older?

Don’t worry; your practice is not alone.

Richmond Times-Dispatch | January, 2003

by Sylvina Poole

When you're on the road for your job, it's hard to keep track of all your expenses. When you're on the road for 81 games a year for your job, it's nearly impossible.