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The language of fundraising: A primer for NFP board members

Not-for-profit board members need to wear many hats for the organization they serve. Every board member begins their term with a different set of skills, often chosen specifically for those unique abilities. As board members, we often assist the...

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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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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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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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Three Steps to Ace the New Not-for-Profit Reporting Standard

As 2018 is about to come to a close, organizations with fiscal year ends after December 15, 2018, are poised to start implementing the new not-for-profit reporting standard. Here are three areas to address before the close of the fiscal year to...

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Tax Planning Strategies for Year-end

It’s that time of year. Kids have gone back to school, the leaves are changing color, the air is getting crisp and… year-end tax planning strategies are front of mind! It’s time to revisit or start tax planning for the coming year-end, and...

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Auditing Standards Board Approves New Employee Benefit Plan Auditing Standard―What You Need to Know

Reading through the 133-page exposure draft for the Proposed Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) Forming an Opinion and Reporting on Financial Statements of Employee Benefit Plans Subject to ERISA, issued back in April 2017, and then comparing...

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Tax-Exempt Organizations: The Wait is Over, Sort of.

IRS Notice 2018-67 Hits the Charts

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Internal Audit

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is no longer the exclusive tool of well-funded government entities and defense contractors, let alone a plot device in science fiction film and literature. Instead, AI is becoming as ubiquitous as the personal...

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C-inderella or S-now White? What Tax Reform Means When Considering Your Business Structure

By now, you know all about the new corporate tax rate — a flat rate of 21% vs. the previous top tax rate of 35% — arguably the most publicized change of the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

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