Resource Archives: 2016

Posted by: Bob Heller · May 23, 2016

AS YOUR BUSINESS GROWS and you begin selling your products or services outside the state of Washington, you need to consider the tax implications. Other state and local governments are, of course, excited to have you selling to their residents and businesses. Each sale means the potential of added revenue to government coffers in the […]

Posted by: Clark Nuber May 20, 2016

Bob Heller, Andrew Prather, and Jane Searing present on issues affecting Not-for-Profit Organization on April 21, 2016. Check out the presentation here.

Posted by: Jennifer Mace · Dan Cassidy · May 20, 2016

It’s a confusing time for those advising U.K. clients with interests in U.S. limited liability companies. The key question of the moment is whether a U.S. LLC is to be treated as a corporation or transparent for U.K. tax purposes. The answer is of crucial importance, since it will determine how, where, and at what […]

Posted by: Julie Eisenhauer · Apr 5, 2016

IF YOUR ESTABLISHMENT is among those planning or undertaking a remodel or refresh, I have some good news for you. The IRS recently issued a revenue procedure that provides a safe harbor method of accounting for certain expenditures incurred in remodeling or refreshing of restaurant and retail establishments. Read entire article here.

Posted by: Pete Miller · Apr 5, 2016

Dealing with Deceit FRAUD IS A SIGNIFICANT PROBLEM FOR organizations of all kinds, from publicly traded corporations to community-based not-for-profits. According to the 2014 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), 5 percent of annual global revenue is lost to fraud — and that […]

Posted by: Deby MacLeod · Jan 19, 2016

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 23rd in a series that will […]

Posted by: Andrew Prather · Jan 19, 2016

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 22nd in a series that will […]

Posted by: Andrew Prather · Jan 19, 2016

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 21st in a series that will […]

Posted by: Sara Elizabeth Hyre · Jan 19, 2016

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 20th in a series that will include […]

Posted by: Vincent J. Stevens · Jan 19, 2016

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 19th in a series that will […]

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