The IRS has proposed new regulations for Donor Advised Funds (DAFs), impacting how they are defined and managed. These regulations clarify the roles of donors and donor-advisors, introducing specific criteria for identifying DAFs and broadening the scope of liability for taxable distributions.
Minority business owners have more opportunities than ever in the growing field of federal government contracting.
RetirePath Virginia, an automatic-enrollment, state-facilitated individual retirement account savings program, has a deadline to register of February 15, 2024 for eligible businesses. Businesses that fail to respond may face an annual penalty of up to $200 per eligible employee.
One year after the Inflation Reduction Act passed, there is evidence of an increase in construction investments, job creation in certain sectors, and investments in future clean energy projects.
Learn about the temporary e-filing delay for Forms 990-T and 1120-POL until March 17, 2024 which impacts returns with due dates falling between January 15, 2024, and March 15, 2024.
There are a number of steps construction companies can take to help avoid unintended losses resulting from error or outright fraud.
See forecasts for the private club industry and how hospitality leaders can navigate the challenge of the pandemic impact on revenue.
Learn what the 2024 economic forecast looks like for private clubs and how to remain relevant moving ahead.
Learn how donor-advised funds have become a critical vehicle for fundraising, with projected assets of over $1 trillion by 2029.
Government contractors, learn about year-end financials and setting yourself up for success in the New Year.