Summer is just around the corner, so you might be thinking about getting some vacation time.
One of the governing principles of the employee/employer relationship is that employees have a fiduciary duty to act in their employer’s interests.
What would happen if one of your managers was suddenly forced to take long-term disability leave? Or an accounting staffer quit without notice?
Companies tend to spend considerable time and resources training and upskilling their sales staff on how to handle existing customers.
CPAs typically report historical financial performance. But sometimes they’re hired to predict how a company will perform in the future.
Few businesses today can afford to let potential buyers slip through the cracks.
Your not-for-profit’s ability to pursue its mission depends greatly on its financial health and integrity.
According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Report to the Nations: 2018 Global Study on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, organizations victimized by fraud
If you’re a business owner and you hire your children (or grandchildren) this summer, you can obtain tax breaks and other nontax benefits.
There are three types of financial statements under U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Most not-for-profits are intensely focused on present needs, not the possibility that disaster will strike sometime in the distant future.
There are many ways for employers to conduct annual performance reviews.
To increase brand awareness and influence consumer behavior, businesses of all sizes spend vast amounts on social media marketing.
Roth 401(k) accounts have been around for 13 years now. Studies show that more employers are offering them each year.
Businesses use two types of audits to gauge financial results: internal and external. Here’s a closer look at how they measure up.
A not-for-profit can have many strengths — a prominent board of directors, dedicated volunteers, committed staff members and effective programs — and still struggle to
Life presents us with many choices: paper or plastic, chocolate or vanilla, regular or decaf. For businesses, a common conundrum is buy or lease.
Job applicants aren’t always honest on their resumés.
If you read the Internal Revenue Code (and you probably don’t want to!), you may be surprised to find that most business deductions aren’t specifically listed.
Standard cost accounting doesn’t necessarily work for lean operations.
The pace of health care cost inflation has remained moderate over the past year or so, and employers are trying to keep it that way.
Not-for-profits increasingly are taking on big issues, such as global warming and economic development.