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IRS Guidance on Qualified Parking: Our Take

Of all the changes that came with the sweeping Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in late 2017, none has prompted as big a response from our clients as the changes TCJA makes to the qualified parking deduction. Then, last month, the IRS issued its...

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Value acceleration series: recap part one (of five)

We held our first discussion on value acceleration on January 9th as the first of a five-part series. If you were unable to attend (because the weather was not in your favor, or if you are outside of the Portland, Maine area), or are a business...

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Professional Skepticism and Why it Matters to Audit Stakeholders

In auditing, the concept of professional skepticism is ubiquitous. Just as a Jedi in Star Wars is constantly trying to hone his understanding of the “force”, an auditor is constantly crafting his or her ability to apply professional skepticism....

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Higher Education and Blockchain 101: It’s Not Just for Bitcoin Anymore

Blockchain is here to stay (at least in some form). Higher education leaders may want to familiarize themselves with some of the technology’s possible uses, even if they don’t need to master the day-to-day operational requirements. Here’s a...

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A CPA’s Guide to Starting a Capital Campaign

A capital campaign is a big undertaking. During the planning stage of a capital campaign you need to not only focus on your donor outreach strategy, but also on outreach materials. From an accounting standpoint, the language you use can have a...

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Value acceleration—the gas pedal for the value of your business

Consider the implications of the following statistics:

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New Patient Driven Payment Model from CMS―What to Expect and What to Do

Effective October 1, 2019, Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF)s will be reimbursed under a new payment system. The existing case mix classification group, Resource Utilization Group IV (RUG- IV) will be replaced with a new case mix model, the...

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Accounting 101 for Development Directors: Five Things to Know

Good fundraising and good accounting do not always seamlessly align. While they all feed the same mission, fundraisers work to meet revenue goals while accountants focus on recording transactions in compliance with accounting standards. We often...

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Grappling with Software Gaps

Your government agency just signed the contract to purchase and implement a shiny new commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software to replace your aging legacy software. The project plan and schedule are set; the vendor is ready to begin...

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Sales & Use Tax: A Potential Trap for Non-U.S. Entities

A common pitfall for inbound sellers is applying the same concepts used to adopt “no tax” positions made for federal income tax purposes to determinations concerning sales and use tax compliance. Although similar conceptually, separate analyses...

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