A new accounting standard goes into effect starting in 2018 for churches, charities and other not-for-profit entities. Here’s a summary of the major changes.
In their efforts to grow and succeed, many companies eventually reach the edge of a precipice.
On September 27th, The Trump Administration and select members of Congress have released a “unified framework” for tax reform.
If yours is like most not-for-profit organizations, you depend on a big annual event to raise significant funds or attract new members and supporters.
If you own a profitable, unincorporated business with your spouse, you probably find the high self-employment (SE) tax bills burdensome.
Are you the founder of your company? If so, congratulations — you’ve created something truly amazing!
Businesses can’t eliminate risk, but they can manage it to maximize the entity’s economic return.
Small employers with no group health plan should consider a new Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSEHRA) to help pay for individual health insurance policies on a tax free
Income from endowment funds may be able to help your not-for-profit meet operating expenses, ease cash-flow problems and supplement next year’s annual budget.
Plan sponsors should keep records that align with the IRS’ expectations for hardship withdrawals from qualified plans as described in a February 23, 2017 IRS memorandum to its employee plan examine
Updated travel per diem rates go into effect October 1.
“We love our customers!” Every business owner says it.
Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the fourth quarter of 2017.
Virtually every business must file a tax return. So, some private companies issue tax-basis financial statements, rather than statements that comply with U.S.
Explore how pressure, opportunity and rationalization — called the Fraud Triangle — can come together to influence an individual to commit fraud.