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Getting your money’s worth out of a company retreat

BY IN Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 15-03-2017

Company retreats can cost enormous amounts of time and money. Are they worth it? Sometimes. Large-scale get-togethers can involve considerable out-of-pocket costs. And if the retreat is poorly planned or executed, participants’ wasted time is the biggest expense. But a [...]

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Why nonprofits need continuity plans

BY IN Nonprofit Blog, Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 15-03-2017

Most not-for-profits are intensely focused on present needs — not the possibility that disaster will strike sometime in the distant future. Yet it’s critical that all organizations have a formal continuity plan to guide them should a natural or manmade [...]

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2016 IRA contributions — it’s not too late!

BY IN Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 14-03-2017

Yes, there’s still time to make 2016 contributions to your IRA. The deadline for such contributions is April 18, 2017. If the contribution is deductible, it will lower your 2016 tax bill. But even if it isn’t, making a 2016 [...]

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Keep family matters out of the public eye by avoiding probate

BY IN Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 09-03-2017

Although probate can be time consuming and expensive, perhaps its biggest downside is that it’s public — anyone who’s interested can find out what assets you owned and how they’re being distributed after your death. The public nature of probate [...]

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Does your nonprofit need to register in multiple states?

BY IN Uncategorized On 09-03-2017

If your not-for-profit solicits funds online — or uses other fundraising methods that cross state boundaries — it may need to register in multiple jurisdictions. We’ve answered some commonly asked questions. My charity receives occasional contributions from out-of-state donors. Do [...]

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Don’t make hunches — crunch the numbers

BY IN Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 02-03-2017

Some business owners make major decisions by relying on gut instinct. But investments made on a “hunch” often fall short of management’s expectations. In the broadest sense, you’re really trying to answer a simple question: If my company buys a [...]

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Should your nonprofit outsource HR management?

BY IN Nonprofit Blog, Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 02-03-2017

If your not-for-profit has too much work and not enough staff to go around, consider outsourcing your human resources function. It could give your internal team more time to spend on other core duties, mission-driven programs and strategic plans. Benefits [...]

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Tangible property safe harbors help maximize deductions

BY IN Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 01-03-2017

If last year your business made repairs to tangible property, such as buildings, machinery, equipment or vehicles, you may be eligible for a valuable deduction on your 2016 income tax return. But you must make sure they were truly “repairs,” [...]

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Make sure your nonprofit’s bylaws are on point

BY IN Nonprofit Blog, Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 23-02-2017

Bylaws are the rules and principles that define your not-for-profit’s governing structure. Your board and staff need to be familiar with exactly what the bylaws contain — and what they don’t. If they’re incomplete or don’t reflect the organization’s current [...]

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What can a valuation expert do for your succession plan?

BY IN Tax Blog, Uncategorized On 23-02-2017

Most business owners spend a lifetime building their business. And when it comes to succession, they face the difficult decision of whether to sell, dissolve or transfer the business to family members (or a nonfamily successor). Many complicated issues are [...]

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