The videos below are from the Municipal Accounting Issues Webinar held on May 27, 2021 covering the following topics: Internal Controls, GASB Update, and COVID-19 Gran
Eligible parents will soon begin receiving payments from the federal government.
The IRS recently released guidance providing the 2022 inflation-adjusted amounts for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
Strategic investments — such as expanding a plant, purchasing a major piece of equipment or introducing a new product line — can add long-term value.
As the COVID-19 pandemic finally seems to be fading in the United States, your not-for-profit organization may be making plans for its post-pandemic future.
The days of the Rolodex are long gone. To connect with customers and prospects, many businesses now rely on customer relationship management (CRM) software.
Even after your 2020 tax return has been successfully filed with the IRS, you may still have some questions about the return.
If your business is organized as a sole proprietorship or as a wholly owned limited liability company (LLC), you’re subject to both income tax and self-employment tax.
In recent years, the accounting rules for certain balance sheet items have transitioned from historical cost to “fair value.” Examples of assets that may currently be
As states open for business and the need for social distancing recedes, your not-for-profit organization may want to think about scheduling an in-person retreat for yo
For businesses, so much has changed over the past year or so.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the number of people engaged in the “gig” or sharing economy had been growing, according to several reports.
Many businesses use independent contractors to help keep their costs down.
Many companies are continuing to struggle financially during the COVID-19 pandemic. If cash is tight, what can your business do to shorten its cash cycle?
If your not-for-profit organization accepts contributions of nonfinancial assets, such as land, services and supplies, you should know about Financial Accounting Stand
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected various industries in very different ways.
“Tax day” is just around the corner. This year, the deadline for filing 2020 individual tax returns is Monday, May 17, 2021.
Many businesses provide education fringe benefits so their employees can improve their skills and gain additional knowledge.