Article Archives: 2013

Posted by: Sarah Wine in FraudInternal Controls · .

By Sarah Wine, CPA

As auditors we are often asked for guidance on how to implement strong controls in small organizations. The key is to, at a minimum,

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By Troy Rector, CPA

For some, GAAP may seem like a typo. For others, it may seem like a government group. In fact, GAAP is the abbreviation for generally accepted accounting principles,

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The holiday season is here, which means spending time with good friends, eating good food, and of course… presents! Although shopping for friends and family can be challenging at times,

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By now everyone should have filed their 2012 business and individual income tax returns. Before we settle into the holidays, let’s not forget to do some basic year-end tax planning.

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By Megan Ryan, CPA and Karen Dunn, JD, LLM

With the holiday season approaching, organizations may find that individuals or groups who benefit from the organization’s services, desire to make year-end gifts to the organization’s employees for their loyal service.

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Posted by: Elizabeth Nesmith

By Elizabeth Nesmith

With the current combined gift and estate tax exemption for 2013 at $5,250,000, a couple can transfer up to $10,500,000 while avoiding federal estate tax.

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Posted by: Pete Miller

By Pete Miller, CPA, CFE

A new business agreement is generally cause for excitement and celebration. Most people enter into such agreements in good faith and with the best of intentions.

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By Mitch Hansen, CPA, CMA, CFE

If you want some real scary reading, put down your Steven King novel and read the Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse that is put out biannually by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

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Posted by: Karen Dunn in Fundraising.

By Karen Dunn, JD, LLM

No prohibition exists against a 501(c)(3) organization using the internet for fundraising, the IRS said in a recently released information letter. Web or email fundraising should comply with the same rules* that apply to other solicitations.

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Posted by: Pete Miller in Fraud.

By Pete Miller, CPA, CFE

Fraud represents a risk to every business: public or private, for-profit or not-for-profit, large or small. And a simple truth is this: most organizations overlook an essential fundamental process to designing a comprehensive fraud prevention program– the risk assessment process.

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