Government Contracting Basics: Pros and Cons of Doing Business with the Government

If you're thinking about pursuing government contracts, it's important that you weigh the pros and cons carefully to make an informed decision.

January 26, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: , |

Signs an Organization May Be Headed for a Potential Single Audit

Many organizations may not be aware they’re subject to a single audit. It can help to look at similar scenarios to determine compliance requirements when accepting funds greater than $750,000.

January 24, 2022|Categories: Audit & Assurance, Not-for-Profit, PBMares COVID-19 Insights|Tags: , |

Guidance for Contractors Who Use Per Diem

Construction contractors can use the temporary 100 percent business meals deduction for per diem expenses. Rate changes are in effect as of October 1, 2021. Contractors may want to review their expense reimbursement policies.

Navigating Nonprofit Labor Shortages: Strategies and Opportunities

Labor shortages are hitting nonprofits harder than most industries. Strategies to address this challenge don’t have to include higher wages; there are several other potential options, like culture, recruiting, contract workers, tax credits, and more.

January 18, 2022|Categories: Not-for-Profit|Tags: , , |

Keep Your Labor Rate Compliant and Competitive!

The standard calculation of a proposed hourly rate for an exempt salary employee encompasses dividing the individual’s salary by the standard 2,080 work hours per year. However, there is a way you can make your hourly rate more competitive and FAR compliant at the same time.

January 11, 2022|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: |
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