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Find the right path forward with KPIs

BY IN Tax Blog On 30-08-2017

From the baseball field to the boardroom, statistical analysis has changed various industries nationwide. With proper preparation and guidance, business owners can have at their fingertips a wealth of stats-based insight into how their companies are performing — far beyond [...]

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Prepare financial statements that will impress your nonprofit’s stakeholders

BY IN Tax Blog On 30-08-2017

Annual financial statements that have been audited by a professional auditor can help assure funders and lenders that your not-for-profit is financially sound. Here are three critical audit issues to understand when preparing financial statements: 1. The auditor’s role Auditors [...]

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Larger deduction might be available to businesses providing meals to their employees

BY IN Tax Blog On 28-08-2017

When businesses provide meals to their employees, generally their deduction is limited to 50%. But there are exceptions. One is if the meal qualifies as a de minimis fringe benefit under the Internal Revenue Code. A recent U.S. Tax Court [...]

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7 Key Areas to Identify Phishing Schemes

BY IN Tax Blog On 28-08-2017

Our friends at Compass Cyber Security have given us this infographic about social engineering red flags to share with you.  It shows the 7 key areas to help you identify if something is a phishing scheme when the email actually looks pretty [...]

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Have you properly funded your revocable trust?

BY IN Tax Blog On 24-08-2017

If your estate plan includes a revocable trust — also known as a “living” trust — it’s critical to ensure that the trust is properly funded. Revocable trusts offer significant benefits, including asset management (in the event you become incapacitated) [...]

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Ensuring a peaceful succession with a buy-sell agreement

BY IN Tax Blog On 24-08-2017

A buy-sell agreement is a critical component of succession planning for many businesses. It sets the terms and conditions under which an owner’s business interest can be sold to another owner (or owners) should an unexpected tragedy or turn of [...]

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How your nonprofit can avoid investment fraud

BY IN Tax Blog On 23-08-2017

Investment fraud, such as Ponzi schemes, can cause significant financial losses for not-for-profits. But the harm it can cause an organization’s reputation with donors and the public may be even worse. Nonprofits are required to disclose on their Forms 990 [...]

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Nominate WC&S as Cecil County’s Favorite Accounting Firm!

BY IN Tax Blog On 23-08-2017

Cast your vote for Cecil County’s Favorite Accounting Firm – please take a minute and vote for WC&S as Cecil’s Fav!  http://bit.ly/2ioSX6q [...]

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Could captive insurance reduce health care costs and save your business taxes?

BY IN Tax Blog On 21-08-2017

If your business offers health insurance benefits to employees, there’s a good chance you’ve seen a climb in premium costs in recent years — perhaps a dramatic one. To meet the challenge of rising costs, some employers are opting for [...]

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Powers of attorney: Springing vs. nonspringing

BY IN Tax Blog On 17-08-2017

Estate planning typically focuses on what happens to your assets when you die. But it’s equally important (some might say more important) to have a plan for making critical financial and medical decisions if you’re unable to make those decisions [...]

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