Like many business owners, you probably created a business plan when you launched your company.
Insurance is the cornerstone of any not-for-profit’s comprehensive risk management plan.
For investors, fall is a good time to review year-to-date gains and losses.
If you’re charitably inclined and you collect art, appreciated artwork can make one of the best charitable gifts fr
Because most physicians have no background in business management or accounting, medical practices can be easy targ
Small businesses often use the cash-basis method of accounting.
You’ve no doubt heard the old business cliché “cash is king.” And it’s true: A company in a strong cash position st
If your not-for-profit is contemplating a merger or acquisition with another organization, you have a lot of wor
If your company is tired of being a fraud target, it’s time to train employees how to recognize and uncover unscrupulous activities — before irre
Does your business reimburse employees’ work-related travel expenses?
In recent years, environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have become a hot topic.
The typical business or other organization loses 5% of its revenues to fraud each year, with a median loss of $130,000.
How much are your volunteers worth? The not-for-profit advocacy group Independent Sector estimates the value of the average American volunteer at $24.69 an hour.
Most business owners want to grow their companies. And one surefire sign of growth is when ownership believes the company can expand its operations to a second location.
Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the fourth quarter of 2018.
Do you own a vacation home? If you both rent it out and use it personally, you might save tax by taking steps to ensure it qualifies as a rental property this year.
Inventory is expensive. So, it needs to be as lean as possible. Here are some smart ways to cut back inventory without compromising revenue and customer service.
If you suspect an employee of fraud, you’ll want to enlist the help of financial and legal advisors to handle the bulk of the investigation.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s usually perfectly legal to compensate not-for-profit board members — and sometimes it might even be necessary. But is it right for your organization?
Classifying a worker as an independent contractor frees a business from payroll tax liability and allows it to forgo providing overtime pay, unemployment compensation and other employee benefits.
To avoid interest and penalties, you must make sufficient federal income tax payments long before your April filing deadline through withholding, estimated tax payments, or a combination of the two