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Live, in-person, non-virtual company retreats are becoming feasible once again. But you’ve still got to plan these events carefully to get a good return on the time and dollars invested.
Different companies have different financial reporting needs. Is your current accounting method a good fit, or is it time for a change?
A spousal rollover IRA has certain estate planning benefits, but this option generally is available only if your spouse names you as the IRA’s beneficiary.
Now that fewer employees are commuting to work, employers may need to review the rules and viability of existing qualified transportation fringe benefit plans.
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Making subjective accounting estimates would be a lot easier if you had a crystal ball or a time-travel machine. In the absence of such tools, managers and auditors may need to adjust their mindsets for market volatility.
The EEOC has updated its guidance on whether employers can require proof of COVID-19 vaccination, as well as on incentivizing employees to get vaccinated.
Business owners, you’ll likely soon be able to, once again, meet face-to-face with customers and prospects. Start preparing for trade shows and other events.
There’s a fine line between carrying excessive amounts of working capital and operating too lean. Efficient operations hinge on finding your organization’s target working capital.
Thinking about hiring your teenager to work in your business? There can be significant tax benefits.
Most nonprofits are wary of adding expensive insurance coverage. But a directors and officers (D&O) policy can protect board members from financial liability and ultimately save money.