The footnotes to your company’s financial statements give investors and lenders insight into account balances, accounting practices and potential risk factors — knowledge that’s vital to making wel
Many business owners generate financial statements, at least in part, because lenders and other stakeholders demand it.
It’s been almost a year since many not-for-profit organizations sent staffers home — to work remotely.
January 25, 2021
There’s a new IRS form for business taxpayers that pay or receive certain types of nonemployee compensation and it must be furnished to most recipients by February 1,
If you have a traditional IRA or tax-deferred retirement plan account, you probably know that you must take required minimum distributions (RMDs) when you reach a cert
Businesses and not-for-profit entities capitalize machines, furniture, buildings, and other property, plant and equipment (PPE) assets on their balance sheets.
Most not-for-profit organizations collect vast volumes of data.
A new year has arrived and, with it, a fresh 12 months of opportunities to communicate with customers and prospects.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) reopened the week of January 11.
The IRS announced it is opening the 2020 individual income tax return filing season on February 12.
Auditing standards require a year-end risk assessment.
Many not-for-profits have been too busy trying to stay afloat to put a lot of resources and energy into public relations.
The term and concept known as “blockchain” is hardly new. This technology surfaced more than a decade ago.
COVID-19 has shut down many businesses, causing widespread furloughs and layoffs.
Attending college is one of the biggest investments that parents and students ever make.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), signed into law on December 27, 2020, includes a variety of economic relief measures.
Your accounting and development departments are central to the continued financial health of your not-for-profit.
Congress recently passed, and President Trump signed, a new law providing additional relief for businesses and individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 relief bill, signed into law on December 27, 2020, provides a further response from the federal government to the pandemic.
The new COVID-19 relief law that was signed on December 27, 2020, contains a multitude of provisions that may affect you.