Companies that fail to secure sensitive customer data and intellectual property won’t last long. Auditors can help measure and mitigate your company’s risk of a cyberattack.
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Life insurance benefits can help loved ones after your death. But you may want to keep proceeds from a policy out of your taxable estate. Here are some considerations.
Don’t let your small business’s limited budget get in the way of an effective fraud-prevention program. These common-sense ideas can help protect your company from occupational thieves.
Employers that sponsor health care plans should start devising communication strategies regarding COVID-related deadline extensions and when those extensions may end.
Could your small business or restaurant use a tax-advantaged loan from the Small Business Administration? A recently passed COVID-relief act offers a couple of intriguing options.
Employers: Do you offer a dependent care assistance program (DCAP) under your cafeteria plan? If so, be sure you’re up to speed on how the latest COVID-19 law affects the rules.
For business owners, the American Rescue Plan Act contains many provisions of interest. Companies that must provide COBRA coverage should read up on the new 100% subsidy.
If philanthropy is an important part of your legacy, consider adding restrictions to your charitable donations to ensure that the donations are used to fulfill your intended purposes.
CST Group, an award-winning CPA Firm based in Reston, Virginia, announced the launch of its new Washington, DC based outsourced accounting company, District Advisory.
A good number of the emerging businesses we’ve talked to over the past few days have had several questions on
We want to keep you informed of a some local resources and sources of aid and tax relief that could
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