From natural disasters and government shutdowns to cyberattacks and fraud, risks abound in today’s volatile, uncertain marketplace.
Fraud doesn’t simply take a vacation during crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
The subject of payroll has been top-of-mind for business owners this year.
When a couple is going through a divorce, taxes are probably not foremost in their minds.
If you recently launched a business, you may want to set up a tax-favored retirement plan for yourself and your employees.
by Edward Fronczkowski, CPA
Cash flow is a top concern for most businesses today. Cash flow forecasts can help you predict potential shortfalls and proactively address working capital gaps.
“Accountability” may seem like one of those popular management concepts you know would be nice to implement if your not-for-profit had the time and budget.
As year-end draws near, many businesses will be not only be generating their fourth quarter financial statements, but also looking back on the entire year’s financials
If your small business is planning for payroll next year, be aware that the “Social Security wage base” is increasing.
If you invest in mutual funds, be aware of some potential pitfalls involved in buying and selling shares.
It’s been a year like no other.
It would be an understatement to say 2020 has been challenging.
Are you wondering if the passive activity loss rules affect business ventures you’re engaged in — or might engage in?
October 15 is the deadline for individual taxpayers who extended their 2019 tax returns.
On September 30, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) finalized a rule to defer the effective date of the updated long-term insurance standard for a second
Most salespeople would tell you that there are few better feelings in life than closing a deal.
In this pandemic year, many not-for-profits are scrambling to find new sources of revenue to replace donor contributions and other lost income.
If you file a joint tax return with your spouse, you should be aware of your individual liability.
IRS audit rates are historically low, according to the latest data, but that’s little consolation if your return is among those selected to be examined.
On September 17, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an accounting rule that will provide more detailed information about noncash contributions char