Looming in the shadows of every organization is management’s fear of the perils that threaten them on a day to day basis. These include, but are not limited to, incomplete and/or inaccurate documentation and fraud.  However, in the midst of the inevitable exposure to that risk, there is hope.  And that lies in the Segregation More >

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), recently published a detailed listing of original and extended tax return due dates.  These deadlines are generally effective for taxable years starting after December 31, 2015 (2016 tax returns prepared during the 20174 tax filing season).  More>

Read Full Version Analysis of a Not-for-Profit’s Financial Statements Are Credit Card Cash Back Rewards and Airline Miles Taxable? New Lease Accounting Standard From Reluctant to Excited: Turn Your Board Into Enthusiastic Fundraisers Employers to Offer More Benefits in the Future Avoid the Drain of Bad Meetings

The number of 401(k) plans has grown persistently from around 17,000 covering roughly 7.5 million active participants in 1984 to almost 527,000 plans covering almost 64.5 million active participants in 2013. Assets in 401(k) plans were approximately $4.2 trillion in 2013.  With the continually growing popularity of 401(k) plans, it is important for plan sponsors More >

Over one trillion dollars of commitments for SEC registrants was reported by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as not being presented on their balance sheets in 2005. This crucial investing information was buried in the footnotes of the financial statements.  These commitments relate to lease transactions. More>

April 27, 2016 | 8:30 am to 10:00 am Center for Nonprofit Advancement 1666 K Street NW | Suite 440 | Washington, DC 20006 Plan to join us for the next session of our 2016 Not-for-Profit Educational Series, a FREE PROGRAM! The Affordable Care Act (ACA) had wide-reaching consequences for tax-exempt organizations. Subrina L. Wood, More >

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