Article Archives: 2013

By Bob Heller, JD, LLM

Is your company leaving money on the table because you are unaware of available tax incentives?

If your business is involved in high-tech,

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According to a study from Boston College in 2000, $41 trillion or more will pass from one generation to the next during the period of 1998 to 2052.1  This is based on life expectancy data and 2% real return on portfolios.

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Posted by: Karen Dunn in Form 990.

By Karen Dunn, JD, LLM

Although the IRS is currently under fire for its practices around screening applications for exemptions, we should assume they are still “open for business,”

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By Joe Haberzetle, JD, LLM

If you are a Washington-based professional services business with at least some of your clients located outside the state, how do you know whether (or to what extent) you’re required pay the state’s business and occupation (B&O) tax on your income from those clients?

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By Shawn Hansen, CPA

Implementing a retirement plan can be one of the most rewarding decisions your organization can make. Not only do they help employers attract and retain talent but also provide a saving vehicle for its employees as they build for their future.

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It’s no secret that technology companies based in the State of Washington are among world leaders in advancing technology related to “digital products.” Think cloud computing, music streaming and smartphone apps,

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By Megan Ryan, CPA

Employers who maintain self-insured medical plans are subject to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust Fund Fee established under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The fee will fund the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).

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By Clark Nuber PS

In May 2013, the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) issued an updated Internal Control-Integrated Framework. COSO’s original Framework was issued in 1992 and has since been adopted by numerous organizations in establishing internal controls.

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By Sarah Huang, CPA

Ninety percent of schools had underreported taxable income according to the statistics from the IRS’s final report on the College and University Compliance Project released at the end of April;

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The AIPCA has completed its first comprehensive update to the Not-For-Profit Entities Audit and Accounting Guide since 1996. The updated guide, available now, includes changes to AICPA literature that stem from the Auditing Standards Board’s Clarity project and authoritative guidance from the FASB ASC Codification.

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