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By Armanino LLP
When one spreadsheet looks like all the rest, it's difficult to get the attention of busy decision-makers.
By Brad Cless
On December 18, the Senate passed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (the PATH Act), which the House had passed on December 17.
By Brad Cless
Year-end tax planning this year will be just as complicated as it was last year because of uncertainty surrounding many expired tax breaks for individuals and businesses.
By Dan Jones
The headlines generated from the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 generally focused on how the legislation raises the debt ceiling through 2017, sets federal spending through the 2016 and 2017 fiscal years...
By Dan Jones
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, signed into law on November 2, 2015, raises the federal debt ceiling and lifts mandatory spending caps on defense and domestic programs.
By Brad Cless
The IRS has issued its cost-of-living adjustments for 2016. Inflation remains low, so many amounts are the same as last year, and those that did increase did so only modestly.
By Grant Lam
At the same time, the guidance requires nonprofits to rethink the way they approach internal controls and how they monitor subrecipients of the federal funds they are entrusted with.
By Grant Lam
Buying into the overhead myth can jeopardize an organization in several ways.
By Ricardo Martinez
On July 9, 2015, the Financial Accounting Standards Board officially deferred implementation of the landmark global revenue recognition accounting standard by one year.
By Dan Jones
In its 2013 ruling in Windsor, the Supreme Court found that a section of DOMA was unconstitutional.
By Paul O’Grady
The rules surrounding revenue recognition in the United States can be tricky. Retailers account for revenue one way, manufacturers another way and nonprofits still another.
By Jeff Stegner
Fraudulent activity — whether it's check tampering, skimming from the till or billing schemes — has always been a concern for nonprofit organizations, and this problem is not going away anytime soon.
By Monika Pelz
Food is the new frontier for innovation. Thousands of food and beverage startups, not to mention established big-name players, are tackling some of the greatest challenges of our time...
By Armanino LLP
The significant growth in the business process outsourcing market in the U.S. presents increasing risk for customers.
By Armanino LLP
In privately held companies, equity compensation – the granting of stock options, restricted stock, and other instruments tied to future compensation – offers a tremendous advantage in attracting and retaining talented employees.