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More than half of recent college graduates plan to start a business someday, according to the results of a survey published in August by the American Institute of Cert
Borrowing isn’t just for businesses. Many not-for-profits borrow money for major capital purchases, new program funding and even to manage current cash flow.
Time flies when you’re having fun — and running a business.
Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the fourth quarter of 2019.
In addition to the difficult personal issues that divorce entails, several tax concerns need to be addressed to ensure that taxes are kept to a minimum and that import
Has your organization received any public or private grants to fund its growth? Grants sometimes require an independent audit by a qualified accounting firm.
When you receive a personal gift from a friend or family member — even if it’s not something you particularly want — you accept the gift and thank the person.
Everyone needs to plan for retirement.
What’s the purpose of a corporation? For the last 50 years, the answer was “to maximize shareholder value.” But, on August 19, CEOs of 181 leading U.S.
Most not-for-profit board members are unpaid volunteers. They’ve agreed to serve because they care about your mission and the impact your organization is making.