In September 2019, the IRS published long-awaited final hardship distribution regulations for almost a year following their initial proposal.
The Federal minimum wage rate increased to $7.25 back in 2010 and has remained at that level ever since. As you know, many states have passed their own minimum wage laws that increased the minimum wage in their respective states.
If, like many people, your traditional IRA holds a mixture of deductible (after-tax) and nondeductible (pretax) contributions, it’s important to track your contributions carefully to avoid double taxation of distributions. Why?
In 2017, Act 43 created a tax withholding obligation for certain payors of Pennsylvania‐source income and lessees of Pennsylvania real estate to out of state residents.
Sage recently implemented changes to Sage 50 software. As a result of these changes, versions of Sage 50 older than 2019 are no longer compatible with Sage 50 for 2019 and 2020, and older versions can no longer be operated on the same database platform.
If you think search engine optimization (SEO) is something only for-profit businesses need to worry about, think again. The Google rankings of your not-for-profit’s website can make a tremendous difference in the donations and other support you receive.
The end of one year and the beginning of the next is a great opportunity for reflection and planning. You have 12 months to look back on and another 12 ahead to look forward to. Here are five ways to strengthen your business for the new year by doing a little of both:
On Friday December 20, 2019, President Trump signed a spending package which included the repeal of the nonprofit parking tax. This tax applied to employee parking benefits as well as mass transit reimbursement.
In its 2018 decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld South Dakota’s “economic nexus” statute, expanding the power of states to collect sales tax from remote sellers.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) hasn’t issued any major new accounting rules in 2019. But there have been some important developments to be aware of when preparing annual financial statements under U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).