Business owners: Be advised that penalties levied under the Affordable Care Act will be going up next year. Now’s a good time to determine whether your company could be at risk.
Even if you’ve implemented solid internal controls, occupational fraud can strike your nonprofit. But a fraud emergency plan can help reassure stakeholders and get your organization back up and running.
For construction businesses, the cost of insurance can be high but the cost of going without it can be so much worse. Let’s review some important types of coverage.
Here’s a rundown of the business and individual tax provisions included in President Biden’s recently released budget proposal.
In Bittner v. U.S., the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the penalty for non-willingly failing to file an FBAR applied on a lower per-report basis, not on a per-account basis.
Construction companies can’t afford to make mistakes on job sites, and they shouldn’t make them in their books either. Here are 11 tips for avoiding accounting errors.
Many businesses today are short-staffed, making overtime a distinct possibility. A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision serves as a reminder that the overtime rules aren’t always easy to follow.
There are several reasons why your nonprofit’s Accounting and Development staffers may be at odds. You need to get to the bottom of the conflict to prevent onerous repercussions.
With Republicans now in control of the U.S. House of Representatives, what’s the fate of prospective tax legislation in 2023?