Charitable Donations vs. Exchange Transactions

Not-for-profits have to report all donations they receive throughout the year. But not all donations are created equal. It can be difficult to determine if the funds are a charitable donation or an exchange transaction. Read on and learn what factors can help determine how the funds should be reported.

2019-07-24T19:13:28-04:00April 19, 2019|Categories: Not-for-Profit|Tags: , , |

Stop Work Orders – What it Means for Government Contractors

Government contractors must stop work immediately when they receive a stop work order (SWO) from a contracting officer. What are the next steps? There are several processes to follow, including one to aid in the recovery of additional costs incurred as a result of the SWO.

2019-04-16T19:12:03-04:00April 16, 2019|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: |

Options Following Overpayment into a Retirement Plan

The government penalizes employers for not putting enough money into a retirement plan and for putting too much into the plan. If an overpayment occurs and funds need to be withdrawn, the ability to pull them out depends on if the excess is employee or employer money.

2020-02-10T15:46:22-05:00April 4, 2019|Categories: Employee Benefit Plans, Retirement|Tags: , |

Allocating General and Administrative Costs to Your Advantage

The government cannot dictate the number of indirect rates you have or how you apply them but they can cite you for non-compliance in the allocation of your indirect costs. Learn how best to allocate your costs based on the type of expense.

2019-04-02T20:12:40-04:00April 2, 2019|Categories: Accounting, Government Contracting|Tags: , |