Indirect Cost Allocation Best Practices: 6 Simple Questions

As our government clients strategically manage finances to meet the increasingly complex needs of the public, compliance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requirements is critical.

2023-09-13T16:47:45-04:00September 14, 2023|Categories: State and Local Government|Tags: , , |

Don’t Get Hooked: A Guide to Phishing for Government Contractors

As a government contractor, you understand the importance of safeguarding sensitive information. But with the rise of email and online communication, cybercriminals are using phishing scams to trick unsuspecting employees into revealing confidential data.

2023-09-11T18:27:31-04:00September 12, 2023|Categories: Government Contracting, Government Contracting - Leader|Tags: |

Benefits and Uses of PropTech in Commercial Real Estate

The days of manually collecting cash or check payments for rent are gone. From mobile rent payment and maintenance requests to digital property management and automated investment analysis, proptech is set to revolutionize commercial real estate.

2023-09-05T15:56:00-04:00September 5, 2023|Categories: Accounting, Construction and Real Estate|Tags: |

RetirePath for Virginia Construction Contractors: Benefits and Considerations

Whether through RetirePath, a new state-sponsored and mandated retirement plan, or offering another employer-sponsored plan, the question now for Virginia contractors isn’t whether to offer a retirement plan, but which one.

2023-08-25T12:08:40-04:00August 25, 2023|Categories: Construction and Real Estate, Retirement, Tax: Business|Tags: |

The Critical Role of SAM Registration for Federal Contractors

Federal contractors must ensure they keep their SAM registration up to date. If a contractor's SAM profile expires, the government is no longer authorized to work with that contractor.

2023-08-18T15:03:34-04:00August 24, 2023|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: |

Nonprofit Advertising Rules: Periodicals, UBTI, and Membership Receipts

Two previous articles in this series went into detail about how nonprofits can incur taxable income from advertising or sponsorship sales, and how different the taxable impact can be depending on the relationship of certain costs to certain types of income. There is another important consideration of UBTI and advertising: allocable membership receipts.

2023-08-16T16:17:40-04:00August 16, 2023|Categories: Not-for-Profit|Tags: , |
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