Is your nonprofit’s current strategic plan uninspiring? Does it prevent you from leveraging current opportunities? Real-time strategic planning enables organizations to capitalize on their competitive advantages.
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The IRS is providing penalty relief for certain pass-through entities required to file Schedules K-2 and K-3 for 2021.
Has your organization received any COVID-19 relief funds, tax incentives or other type of government assistance in recent years? If so, you may need to disclose the key details about the transaction in your 2022 financial statements.
Is your board staring at financial red flags without knowing it? Although some warning signs — such as those experienced when the pandemic first hit — are obvious, others are easy to overlook. Here are several signs of trouble that board members need to be aware of and prepared to act on.
Business owners who offer employees a qualified retirement plan should familiarize themselves with the term “leakage” and how to help prevent it.
Many employees have embraced the opportunity to work from home during the pandemic — but not all of them. Some workers have experienced feelings of disconnection and isolation. So if your not-for-profit plans to make remote working a longer-term proposition, you should look for ways to make everyone feel connected to the job and their colleagues.
Audited financial statements contain footnotes that disclose a wealth of useful information. Too often, however, no one bothers to read them.
If you receive payments through services such as Venmo or PayPal, be aware that there are new tax reporting requirements beginning this year.
To help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2022 deadlines, we’ve provided this summary of when various tax-related forms, payments and other actions are due. Please review the calendar and let us know if you have any questions about the deadlines or would like assistance in meeting them.
Activity-based costing (ABC) is commonly used by manufacturers and contractors to learn which products and customers are profitable, identify and eliminate waste, and more accurately price products or bid jobs going forward. With ABC, you assign cost codes to each activity completed based on the resources consumed. Cost codes define the activity; the equipment, materials and labor used to complete it; and how long it takes to finish the task. This information can provide insight into real-time job performance, excessive spending and growth opportunities. Software solutions can help shorten the learning curve. Contact us to learn more about ABC.