Resource Archives: 2015

Posted by: Candi Avery · Jun 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 15th in a series that will […]

Posted by: Steve Day · Jun 15, 2015

One night recently, I lay awake thinking about what is causing my CFO clients the most concern. Are they worried about taxes? Is a possible audit bothering them? Are they concerned if they’re getting the results they hoped for from their tax adviser? Here are a few tips that I hope will put their minds […]

Posted by: Candi Avery · May 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 14th in a series that will […]

Posted by: Amber Busch · May 15, 2015

By now, you have likely heard about the new IRS tangible property regulations. These regulations were issued to provide guidance on when companies should capitalize or expense improvements and purchases. Manufacturers, who are likely to benefit from these new rules, will see significant impact. Action on your 2014 tax return may be required. The rules, which […]

Posted by: Jennifer Becker Harris · Apr 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 13th in a series that will […]

Posted by: Bob Heller · Apr 15, 2015

Even though Washington’s business and occupation (B&O) tax credit for high-tech businesses engaged in research and development (R&D) ended in 2014, businesses can still benefit. The high-tech R&D tax credit, which was modeled after a similar, but in some ways more restricted, federal R&D credit, was a way for companies to offset the state’s B&O tax. […]

Posted by: Julie Eisenhauer · Mar 15, 2015

Security experts say data breaches are unavoidable. It’s not a question of if companies will become victims of a data breach, but when. However, there are five practical steps a business can take to help protect against data breaches and mitigate the potential harm in the event of a breach. Read the entire article. 

Posted by: Jennifer Becker Harris · Mar 12, 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 12th in a series that will […]

Posted by: Joe Haberzetle · Feb 10, 2015

Washington-based professional service providers with clients located outside the state are likely aware by now that significant changes were made to the state’s business and occupation (B&O) tax apportionment rules in 2010. Under these revised rules, B&O tax on receipts from non-Washington customers are often sharply reduced. However, what many businesses may overlook, or remain […]

Posted by: Deby MacLeod · Jan 6, 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 11th in a series that will […]

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