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Cash versus Accrual Method of Accounting – How potential legislation would affect Professional Service companies.

Congress has considered tax reform proposals that would require many professional service firms to move from the cash method to the accrual method of accounting for income tax purposes. Such a change would impose new financial burdens on professional service firms and their partners/shareholders – including a large, unexpected tax liability. Most ...

Is your nonprofit ready to pass the baton?

Baby boomer nonprofit leaders continue to retire in vast numbers nationwide. Does your organization have key people who are nearing retirement? If so, is there a concrete plan to replace them? A succession plan can be the difference between a nonprofit carrying on its mission without interruption and its operations grinding to a halt. Choosing a strategy Three ...

How to protect your tax-exempt status

What would happen if your nonprofit lost its federal tax-exempt status? The thought might send shivers down your spine, and it should. Here are reminders about some of the actions that are required — or should be avoided — to maintain your 501(c)(3) status. A titanic loss If your 501(c)(3) designation is revoked, your nonprofit will no longer be ...

Is Your Not for Profit Reporting It’s Full Value Proposition?

By Jeff Curiel, CPA, Manager, Audit & Other Assurance Services Group and Amanda Meko, CPA, Partner, Team Leader of the Not-for-Profit Services Group “How do we create value?” This question is often asked when analyzing an Organization’s impact. As CPAs, it is oftentimes too easy to focus solely on numbers, without considering other factors ...

Contractors Have Options When it Comes to Financing

By Alicia Rader, CPA, Manager, Audit and Other Assurance Services and Member of the Construction Services Group and Tim Ayler, CPA, Partner, Audit and Other Assurance Services and Team Leader of the Construction Services Group Relying on credit to cover lean times during projects or payment delays should not be a habit. But, for many construction ...

Let the Numbers Roll

8 Ways to Make Your Not-for-Profit Accounting Function More Efficient by Jennifer McVey and Amanda Meko, CPA | Team Members of the Not-for-Profit Services Group Efficiency. Competence. Productivity. We all want these things in the workplace. And there’s no area where efficiency, competence, and productivity is more important than in accounting. ...

Ensure Your Construction Company’s Existence with a Buy-Sell Agreement

Tim Ayler, CPA | Partner, Audit and Other Assurance Services and Team Leader of the Construction Services Group The very existence of a business could be jeopardized by an ownership change. That is why a buy-sell agreement should play a key role in every contractor’s succession plan. Have you considered how to handle the departure, expected ...

Charities – Are You Putting Your Donors At Risk?

By John Keller, CPA and Amanda Meko, CPA | Team Members of the Not-for-Profit Services Group Let’s face it, as the end of the year draws near, donors rush to make last minute gifts to improve their tax positions by maximizing their charitable contribution deductions. November and December are typically successful fundraising months for many organizations. ...

Contractors Shouldn’t Ignore the Research and Development Tax Credit

By Brandon Cook, CPA | Partner, Team Member of the Construction Services Group It’s no secret that margins and cash are tight for small to medium-sized businesses, especially contractors. Another basic truth is that no one likes writing tax checks to the federal or state government. While paying taxes is a fact of life, the federal government ...

Our Manufacturing & Distribution Clients Report 13% Average Profit Increase

by Marie Jett, CPA and Anita Sherman, CPA | Team Members of the Manufacturing & Distribution Services Group Our M&D Services Team recently summarized some financial data from about 20 of our largest manufacturing & distribution clients. Our manufacturing clients’ sales increased by an average of 9%, ranging from a 14% decrease to ...