Roughly half of CFOs believe an economic recession will hit by the end of 2020, and about three-quarters expect a recession by mid-2021, according to the 2019 year-end
Outside financial audits may seem like an extravagance to not-for-profits working to contain costs and focus on their mission.
Have you applied for a business loan lately? Or had some repairs done on your facilities?
Do you conduct your business as a sole proprietorship or as a wholly owned limited liability company (LLC)?
Married couples often wonder whether they should file joint or separate tax returns. The answer depends on your individual tax situation.
Auditors use various procedures to verify the amounts reported on your financial statements.
A key fiduciary duty of your not-for-profit’s board of directors is to oversee and monitor the organization’s financial health.
Many of today’s businesses employ workers from across the generational spectrum.
Many people who launch small businesses start out as sole proprietors. Here are nine tax rules and considerations involved in operating as that entity.
Perhaps you’re an investor in mutual funds or you’re interested in putting some money into them. You’re not alone.