Business owners, have you considered creating a succession plan that also accounts for the possible departure of key employees?
Coming soon: Private companies and nonprofits that rent equipment, vehicles and real estate will need to update their accounting systems for major changes to the rules for long-term leases under U.S. GAAP.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers are looking for tax-advantaged ways to help their employees with additional expenses incurred as a result of the pandemic. Section 139 of the Internal Revenue Code provides the answer. On March 13, 2020, President Trump declared COVID-19 a national disaster under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency[ … ]
If you’re a nonprofit, be prepared for some potential major changes to the way you recognize revenue. Performing this new analysis will be crucial to understanding how to recognize revenue from your various funding sources.
Levels of Optimism: Moderate Whether nonprofit organizations are endowed or they rely on regular donors and government funding to maintain their mission, leaders in all sectors see 2019 as a year of relative stability. This is interesting given what appeared to be an uncertain stock market at the end of 2018 as well as uncertainties[ … ]
The 2018 Arizona CFO Spotlight Survey attracted respondents from a number of industries in Phoenix and Tucson. We will highlight the not-for-profit & government segment here in terms of growth, risk factors, strengths and trends. A variety of community outreach, research, academic, associations and charitable organizations responded to the CFO Spotlight Survey for the third[ … ]
Preparation: Making Sense of Child Care Advocacy as an Accountant As I began to educate myself on what I had signed up for as a Parent Advocate, I soon realized the connections to the local community. I learned that Child Care Aware® of America is the national organization that supports each state’s local Child Care[ … ]
Photo courtesy: http://usa.childcareaware.org/about/2017-child-care-aware-of-america-policy-summit/ You may be wondering how you landed on an article written by a CPA that is not related to a technical issue? Allow me to explain. Recently, my wife and I received an opportunity to attend the Child Care Aware® of America’s 2017 Family Advocacy Summit. This 3 part series will take[ … ]
The 2017 CFO Spotlight Survey attracted respondents from a number of industries in Phoenix and Tucson. We will highlight the not-for-profit segment here in terms of growth, risk factors, strengths and trends. A sampling of community outreach, research, academic media, and charitable organizations responded to the CFO Survey. Two-thirds of organizations were from Tucson and[ … ]
Organizations, including not-for-profit entities, receiving federal awards are subject to the new Uniform Guidance. The Uniform Guidance was effective for fiscal years beginning after 12/26/14 and supersedes guidance from previous OMB circulars. Most organizations will be impacted by these changes during their 2015 or 2016 fiscal year. Changes include increasing the threshold for requiring single[ … ]