Resource Archives: 2015

Posted by: Karen Ledbetter · Dec 7, 2015

As many architecture and engineering firms know, the AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials) Uniform Audit & Accounting Guide has been a useful resource to develop Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)-compliant indirect cost rates since its last update in 2012. Read the whole article.

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Posted by: Jeff Pannell · Dec 2, 2015

THE DREAM of many business-owning families is to pass the enterprise on to the next generation and see it invest its collective talents in growing and developing the company. In many cases, some or all of the children will show the aptitude and interest to step into Mom and Dad’s footsteps. However, not all children will share the same degree of enthusiasm. Read the entire article. 

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Posted by: Rick Cooley · Nov 15, 2015

On November 12, 2015, Rick Cooley presented a tax update during Clark Nuber’s Tangible Property Regulations seminar. The update included information on federal legislative developments and challenges that can impact businesses.

Tax Update Class – Presentation

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Oct 27, 2015

RECENT DOWNTURNS in the stock market may have you cringing, but there is more to wealth management than rebalancing portfolios. Here are our top 10 wealth management tips. Some you may have heard of before, some may be new, but all are tried and true. Read the entire article. 

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Posted by: Matt Medlin · Sep 25, 2015

STARTUP ENTREPRENEURS are right to focus their time and energy on creating the great products and services that will build a company to its best exit point, whether it’s an initial public offering (IPO) or a strategic acquisition. However, they should also understand how operational matters can affect a company’s attractiveness to buyers, public or private. Read the entire article. 

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Aug 27, 2015

With increasing globalization, even small businesses and startups can have a worldwide footprint. This is especially true in technology, where intellectual property is the heart of the business and can easily – and unknowingly – be exchanged among the company’s related entities in foreign jurisdictions. Read the entire article.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Jul 28, 2015

In many cases, board members graciously donate their time and effort to further the cause of their chosen charitable organizations. The last thing on their minds is becoming involved in a nasty lawsuit or related litigation. Even more surprising to many board members is that their personal net worth and balance sheet may become subject to risk if they are not fulfilling their fiduciary duty, just as if they were a board member of a publicly held company such as General Electric or Google. Read the entire article. 

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Posted by: Matt Medlin · Jul 16, 2015

Thanks to digital technology, the world just keeps getting smaller. It’s easier than ever for companies to develop business and sell products outside the United States. Companies should definitely consider every opportunity to profit abroad, but they need to get the right advice from the beginning to understand the risks and how to manage them effectively. Here are three areas companies often overlook in their rush to profit from the global economy. Read the entire article here.

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Posted by: Candi Avery · Jul 15, 2015

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 16th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Jul 15, 2015

This survey asked not-for-profit leaders to consider both actual results and future expectations about the economy, their industry, and their organizations. Participants were also asked about trends and strategies, as well as goals and challenges for 2015.

Results for the 2015 Not-for-Profit Outlook Survey represent the opinions of more than 60 not-for-profit leaders. This report includes an analysis of results we consider to be the most informative, actionable, and insightful.

The 2015 Not-for-Profit Outlook Survey.

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