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By Charles Burke
Charity Navigator has released a new digital tool for researchers, data scientists and enthusiasts to use to explore non-profits' public tax records.
By Larry Sophian
Most organizations strive to recruit members for their Boards that have a variety of skills that can be put to use for the benefit of the organization.
By Bob Rifkin
Being a physician is a demanding job. It entails handling serious responsibilities, enduring long hours, navigating a complex and constantly shifting health care system and dealing with a built-in level of failure.
By Joel Herman
Manufacturers and distributors face rising costs of labor and benefits, burdensome government regulations and a shortage of skilled workers.
By Peggy Vyborny
Owners need to know the condition of all residential and commercial properties. When was the last time you performed regular maintenance?
By Max Grebenschikov
If an employee is suspected of stealing assets or cooking the books, it may be time for a forensic accounting investigation.
By Anna Coldwell
When owners, managers and salespeople attend trade shows, call on customers and evaluate suppliers, they may incur travel and entertainment expenses.
By Robert Swenson
If you are currently taking care of your children and your elderly parents, count yourself among those of the Sandwich Generation.
By Robert Swenson
Multistate taxation laws are complex and vary from state to state.
By Robert Swenson
Which accounting method should a business use for tax purposes?
By Chris Arndt
We have talked about this before. In fact, we would say we have almost talked it to death if it were not so important.
By Harry Fox
Beginning in 2018, new procurement standards under the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Uniform Guidance will go into effect for not-for-profit entities that receive federal grant funds.
By Ken Kobiernicki
Participant loans are a feature of many 401(k) Plans. Participants may borrow the lesser of $50,000 or 50% of the participant's vested plan assets.
By Alison Fetzer
In an effort to provide more useful information to donors, grantors, creditors and other users of the financial statements, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released ASU 2016-14...
By Jason Flahive
When a physician opens a practice, establishing a sensible budget should be top of mind.
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