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How the Size of Your Workforce Affect...

 Two parts of the Affordable Care Act apply only to applicable large employers. These are the employer shared...

How the Size of Your Workforce Affects Your Responsibilities Regarding the ACA
posted on: Sep 15, 2016 | author: GS Editor

Sorting through the “levels of assura...

How confident (or assured) are you that your financial reports are reliable, timely and relevant? In order of...

Sorting through the “levels of assurance” in financial reporting
posted on: Sep 13, 2016 | author: GS Editor

Don’t Gamble With Your Taxes

Have you been lucky at the track, or won a nice raffle prize?  Did your numbers hit in the lottery?  Or maybe you...

Don’t Gamble With Your Taxes
posted on: Sep 9, 2016 | author: GS Editor

Keep current internal controls for yo...

Your nonprofit’s internal controls are strong only if they’re current. So perform a risk assessment every time you...

Keep current internal controls for your Not-for-Profit
posted on: Sep 2, 2016 | author: Jon Shoemaker
4 Tax Implications to Keep in Mind When Donating Real Estate to Charity

4 Tax Implications to Keep in Mind When Donat...

posted on: Aug 31, 2016 | author: GS Editor

Did you know that the estate of director John Hughes donated the family’s Illinois mansion to a nonprofit hospital? After allowing another charity...

Divorce and Your Taxes

Divorce and Your Taxes

posted on: Aug 29, 2016 | author: GS Editor

If you are divorcing or recently divorced, taxes may be the last thing on your mind. However, these events can have a big impact on your wallet....

Cause Marketing For Your Nonprofit

Cause Marketing For Your Nonprofit

posted on: Aug 26, 2016 | author: Irene Valverde

Although corporations and not-for-profits have been teaming up for decades, “cause marketing” partnerships have recently gained new popularity....

Use caution if you and your spouse have similar trusts

Use caution if you and your spouse have simil...

posted on: Aug 24, 2016 | author: GS Editor

When spouses have similar irrevocable trusts for each other’s benefit, they can be subject to the “reciprocal trust” doctrine. It prohibits tax...

Mortgage Interest Deduction for Unmarried Couples

Mortgage Interest Deduction for Unmarried Cou...

posted on: Aug 22, 2016 | author: GS Editor

Last year’s decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals has created new tax planning opportunities for unmarried couples. The IRS position had been that...

IRS proposed regulations target gift and estate tax planning strategies

IRS proposed regulations target gift and esta...

posted on: Aug 19, 2016 | author: GS Editor

The IRS has released proposed regulations that would close so-called tax loopholes that many wealthy taxpayers have used to minimize transfer taxes...

The Cost of Olympic Gold

The Cost of Olympic Gold

posted on: Aug 17, 2016 | author: GS Editor

As the world is struck by Olympic fever, we stand in awe of the commitment these athletes have made to become the best of the best.  Have you ever...

Could merging make your nonprofit twice as effective?

Could merging make your nonprofit twice as ef...

posted on: Aug 15, 2016 | author: GS Editor

If your not-for-profit is struggling and other organizations provide similar services in your community, you may want to consider a merger. Teaming...

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