Will New Rules Exempt Your Benefit Plan from the Annual Audit Requirement?

On February 24, 2023, the Federal Register announced changes to the 2023 Form 5500. One significant change was in the method for determining which employee benefit plans will require an audit for 2023.

2023-04-26T17:15:39-04:00April 26, 2023|Categories: Audit & Assurance, Employee Benefit Plans|Tags: |

Sales Tax Considerations for Exempt Organizations

The application of sales and use tax to the activity of exempt organizations is complex and nuanced. State tax and exempt organizations specialists explain what you need to know.

2023-04-26T17:30:48-04:00April 18, 2023|Categories: Not-for-Profit, Private Clubs, Tax: Exempt Organizations|Tags: |

Don’t Take the Cash (or any Relief of Liabilities): 1031 Exchange Rules

1031 exchanges are a popular tax deferment strategy for real estate investors. Certain scenarios can trigger capital gains tax. Learn what they are and how to avoid these common pitfalls.

2023-04-04T14:32:31-04:00April 4, 2023|Categories: Construction and Real Estate|Tags: , |

What Government Contractors Need to Know about PTET

Understanding the rules and laws governing PTETs and various state rules, as well as GAAP guidance, can help make sure government contractors remain compliant and efficient.

Two-for-One Rate Buydown for Real Estate Developers

Mortgage rates may be trending downward, but they’re still about double what they were a year ago. As potential home buyers are looking for ways to better manage the higher costs of purchasing a home, one option is the 2/1 rate buydown.

2023-03-22T09:50:53-04:00March 23, 2023|Categories: Construction and Real Estate|Tags: |

CFO Insights after the SVB Collapse

This blog will help CFOs and business leaders understand what led to the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, what to do next, how to protect their companies from similar risks, and what to expect going forward.

2023-03-16T08:24:39-04:00March 16, 2023|Categories: Cloud Accounting, Consulting, Financial Institutions|Tags: , |

Accounting System Compliance – Foundation for Success

An accounting system for government contractors is composed of a general ledger, unallowable costs, job costing, labor collection, indirect cost allocation, and billing. An accounting system does not equate to accounting software; it is the process, including written policies and procedures.

2023-03-22T12:27:54-04:00March 14, 2023|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: |
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