Is your not-for-profit making the most of its email list?
After insurance policies expire, many businesses just throw away the paper copies and delete the digital files.
Working from home has its perks. Not only can you skip the commute, but you also might be eligible to deduct home office expenses on your tax return.
As more people use mobile phones, more fraud perpetrators target these devices.
As in the for-profit world, sometimes not-for-profits need to spend money to make money. This is particularly true when it comes to fundraisers.
Many businesses struggle to turn abstract strategic-planning ideas into concrete, actionable plans. One reason why is simple: ineffective meetings.
The IRS uses Audit Techniques Guides (ATGs) to help IRS examiners get ready for audits.
Limerick, PA – July 18, 2019 – Maillie LLP, a certified public accounting firm in Mont Clare, PA recently broke ground for a
If you’re like most business owners and executives, you may not actively search for fraud risks — until there’s an incident and you’re facing possible losses.
Failure to collect accounts receivable (AR) in a timely manner can lead to myriad financial problems for your company, including poor cash flow and the inability to pa
Your not-for-profit has likely grown and evolved since it was founded. Have your bylaws kept pace?
Does your business market its products or services to other companies? Or might it start doing so in the future?
There’s good news about the Section 179 depreciation deduction for business property.
Background checks don’t inoculate companies against occupational fraud and other criminal acts by employees.
Every year, research firm Audit Analytics publishes a study about financial restatement trends.
Not-for-profit organizations don’t lose as much to occupational fraud as for-profit businesses do.
Accounting software typically sells itself as much more than simple spreadsheet or ledger.
If you’re considering buying or selling a business — or you’re in the process of a merger or acquisition — it’s important that both parties report the transaction to t
It’s a federal crime to steal trade secrets, but that doesn’t stop thieves from successfully making off with billions of dollars in intellectual property (IP) annually
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) doesn’t monitor just publicly traded companies.
Not-for-profits with multiple sources of support generally are less likely to have budget shortfalls and are better able to grow and expand their services.
“Gamification.” It’s perhaps an odd word, but it’s a cool concept that’s become popular among many types of businesses.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires certain public companies to publish quarterly financial statements to give investors insight into midyea
Small businesses may find it beneficial to barter for goods and services instead of paying cash for them.
Fraud experts have long known that “dark web” sites provide information, support and illicit goods to hackers and other criminals.