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Fraud – The Two Main Types and What to Look For

Fraud is a dirty word. It is one of every organization’s worst fears, a lingering threat, and unfortunately, an all-too-common practice. Safeguarding your organization from...
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Calibre CPA Group Partners with UMD Student Organizations to Support Operation Gratitude

We recently had the opportunity to partner with University of Maryland College Park’s chapters of the Accounting and Business Association (ABA) and the National Association...
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Webinar Recap – What Nonprofits Need to Know About ASU 2016-14

Steven C. Darr and Mary Margaret Prange, Partners at Calibre CPA Group, recently presented a webinar on ASU 2016-14. This ASU has resulted in the...
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A Day in the Life – Lewis, Tax Manager

What is your title? Describe what you do. I’m a Tax Manager.  My job is to help my clients — whether it’s helping to save...
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It’s a Job Seekers World…Live in It, Don’t Just Visit It— Recruiting Tactics in a Competitive Job Market.

In today’s business world, the tide has turned in favor of job seekers. Between the booming economy and the number of opportunities literally available at...
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WIN Participates in the 2018 Komen Washington DC Race for the Cure

  A main focus for our Women’s Initiative Network (WIN) is to partner with charitable organizations that support women. We recently had a wonderful opportunity...
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Payroll Compliance Audit Basics

What is a Payroll Compliance Audit? A payroll compliance audit is the review of an employer’s records to verify compliance to the applicable collective bargaining...
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A Day in the Life – Gena, Compliance Coordinator

What is your title? Describe what you do. My job title is Compliance Coordinator. I coordinate the scheduling of the payroll compliance audits and complete...
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IRS Issues Interim Guidance on New Rules to Compute UBIT

Section 512(a)(6) was added to the Internal Revenue Code as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017. It required that...
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