Article Archives: 2015

By Rick Cooley, CPA

As you’ve heard, the new healthcare law contains many new tax provisions that impact employers of all sizes.

That said, understanding the size and structure of your workforce – whether it is small or large – will help you understand the details of the impact on your organization and navigate the complexities of the new law and comply with those parts that apply to your organization.

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By Vincent Stevens, CPA, CGMA and Troy Rector, CPA

Imagine asking supporters of your nonprofit to donate to pay for all the administrative fees necessary to run the organization –

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The IRS’s track record of disallowing charitable contributions has been dishearteningly successful over the past several years. The winning issue for the IRS is a technicality usually based upon flawed donor acknowledgment letters.

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As we enter the fall season and the end of the calendar year, donors are preparing for the upcoming tax season and how they will be allocating donations to their charities of choice.

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Posted by: Joe Haberzetle in B&O TaxReal Estate · .

By Joe Haberzetle, JD, LLM

Note: the information in this article had additional updates on February 19, 2018. View the updated article here.

In our May 2014 article,

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By Joe Haberzetle, JD, LLM

Seemingly every year the Washington legislature makes a number of changes to the state’s tax laws, and 2015 was no different in this regard.

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By Bob Heller, JD, LLM

Taxpayers earning revenue from performing services or from licensing intangibles, and doing business both inside and outside of the State of Washington are required to complete an “Annual Reconciliation of Apportionable Income.”

The form must be submitted to the Department of Revenue by October 31st of each year;

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By Cheryl Olson, CPA, CGMA and Diane Shey, CPA

In part one of this series, we looked at the process for identifying your organization’s specific functional needs in an accounting system.

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How do you raise $100 Million dollars in 6 months? Get a few thousand people to challenge each other to pour buckets of ice water over their heads, video tape themselves doing it,

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Posted by: Amber Busch in Real Estate.

By Amber Busch, CPA

At this point, you have likely not only heard about the new tangible property regulations (TPRs), but you have worked with your CPA on the implementation of these rules to your business.

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