Article Archives: 2022

Posted by: Candi Avery in Fundraising.

Charities rely on the generosity of donors to make programs happen, and contributions are often the lifeblood of the organization. Organizations that build responsible fundraising practices are more likely to succeed than those that do not.

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For business and occupation (B&O) tax purposes, taxpayers earning apportionable revenue calculate their taxable Washington revenue by applying a “receipts factor” apportionment methodology. Taxpayers computing B&O tax in this manner are required to complete and file an Annual Reconciliation of Apportionable Income form with the Department of Revenue.

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Beginning in 2023, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (the 2022 Act) allows small business employers who invest in research activity to elect a new payroll credit of up to $250,000. 

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Once you’ve identified your leases requiring accounting under Accounting Standards Update No. 2016-03, Leases (Topic 842), an important step is to determine the lease term. The lease may include several dates,

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in sales tax.

Public policy favors not-for-profit organizations through various financial incentives. Although Washington is less generous than other states and the federal government in the taxation of not-for-profit organizations, it does provide for a few financial incentives,

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Posted by: Karen Dunn

When the home office deduction for employees was disallowed effective in 2018, no one anticipated the transformation the 2020 pandemic would have on the workplace. Now, with so many people working remotely,

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8/22/2022 Update: This article was originally published on 1/24/2022. It has been updated to reflect the most current information available at this time. 

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Posted by: Grant Shaver in CryptocurrencyNFTs · .

The mixed characteristics of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have made them a tricky subject for state taxation. This fact, coupled with the lack of guidance from state tax administrators, leaves NFT sellers,

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The not-for-profit board, or board of directors, is the legal governing body of a not-for-profit organization. The members of a not-for-profit board are responsible for understanding and enforcing the legal requirements of an organization.

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The last two years of COVID-19 have compressed business deals and created a backlog of buyers and sellers. Deal activity is expected to be strong in 2022 as corporate buyers have strong balance sheets,

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