During the pandemic, many employees have postponed using their allotted paid time off until COVID-related restrictions are lifted and safety concerns subside.
In a society increasingly conscious of well-being, with the costs of health care benefits remaining high, many businesses have established or are considering employee
If your not-for-profit periodically prepares internal financial statements for your board, you may have noticed that your auditors propose adjustments to these interim
The May 17 deadline for filing your 2020 individual tax return is coming up soon.
Are you wondering whether alternative energy technologies can help you manage energy costs in your business?
If your company is planning to merge with or buy another business, your attention is probably on conducting due diligence and negotiating deal terms.
On April 8, 2021, the IRS issued Notice 2021-25 that provides guidance on the temporary 100-percent deduction for food or beverages provided by a restaurant that was e
Not-for-profit organizations may operate under the assumption that their missions and their board members’ good intentions protect them from litigation.
With so many employees working remotely these days, engaging in competitive intelligence has never been easier.
In recent months, there have been a number of tax changes that may affect your individual tax bill.
Owners of incorporated businesses know that there’s a tax advantage to taking money out of a C corporation as compensation rather than as dividends.
Not-for-profit organizations are different from for-profit businesses in many vital ways. One of the most crucial differences is that under Section 501(c)(3), Sec.
The premium tax credit (PTC) is a refundable credit that helps individuals and families pay for insurance obtained from a Health Insurance Marketplace (commonly known
The housing market in many parts of the country is strong this spring. If you’re buying or selling a home, you should know how to determine your “basis.”
Are you thinking about setting up a retirement plan for yourself and your employees, but you’re worried about the financial commitment and administrative burdens invol
During the pandemic, cash has been tight for many small businesses, which may make it hard to attract and retain skilled workers.
High-net-worth individuals donated $5.8 billion during the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic — generous giving by most standards.
If you were to ask your IT staff about how tech support for remote employees is going, they might say something along the lines of, “Fantastic!
When you file your tax return, you must check one of the following filing statuses: Single, married filing jointly, married filing separately, head of household or qua
As a business owner, you should be aware that you can save family income and payroll taxes by putting your child on the payroll.
On March 30, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) published an updated accounting standard on events that trigger an impairment test under U.S.
Many not-for-profits are just starting to emerge from one of the most challenging environments in recent memory due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), signed into law in early March, aims at offering widespread financial relief to individuals and employers adversely affected by th