For businesses, so much has changed over the past year or so. The COVID-19 pandemic hit suddenly and companies were forced to react quickly — sending many employees home to work remotely and making myriad other tweaks and revisions to their processes.
Downloading them is the easy part. QuickBooks Online lets you work with downloaded transactions in numerous ways.
If your not-for-profit organization accepts contributions of nonfinancial assets, such as land, services and supplies, you should know about Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) rules approved last year.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is awarding $28.6 billion in funding to restaurants, bars, and other similar places of business that serve food or drink.
During the pandemic, many employees have postponed using their allotted paid time off until COVID-related restrictions are lifted and safety concerns subside. This situation has caused an increase in accruals for certain employers.
Many businesses provide education fringe benefits so their employees can improve their skills and gain additional knowledge.
If your not-for-profit periodically prepares internal financial statements for your board, you may have noticed that your auditors propose adjustments to these interim statements at year end. Why do auditors do this? Generally, it reflects differences due to cash basis vs.
Are you wondering whether alternative energy technologies can help you manage energy costs in your business? If so, there’s a valuable federal income tax benefit (the business energy credit) that applies to the acquisition of many types of alternative energy property.
The American Rescue Plan Act will provide $350 billion in emergency funding for state, local, territorial, and Tribal governments. The U.S.
Even though the federal gift and estate tax exemption is currently very high ($11.7 million for 2021), there are families that still have to contend with significant federal estate tax liability.