Agency’s loan programs can sometimes be abused by con artists who know that many small business owners have little experience applying for financing and are, therefore, vulnerable to scams. Here’s what you should know.
Does your not-for-profit organization have a conflict-of-interest policy in place? Do your board members, trustees and key employees understand how the policy affects them? If not, you may have some work to do.
With its winter recess looming before it, Congress engaged in a flurry of activity. Most notably, it reached agreement on a massive government-wide spending package titled the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020.
If your not-for-profit suffers from a chronic volunteer shortage or has had to put off large projects for lack of helping hands, corporate volunteer partnerships can be beneficial. Click here to learn more.
An old rule of thumb says that about 20% of salespeople will make 80% of sales; in other words, everyone’s not going to be a superstar. To do so, focus on these three key traits of every successful salesperson.
If you aren’t already using a payroll service, consider hiring one. This can relieve you of the burden of withholding and paying the proper amounts, as well as handling the record keeping. Click here to learn more.
What if there was a type of trust that allowed you to support your favorite charity while potentially boosting cash flow, shrinking the size of your taxable estate, and reducing or deferring income taxes? Well... there is! Click here to learn more.
Robust internal audits help management correct operational issues quickly, which prevents money from being wasted and risks from spiraling out of control. If implemented correctly, paperless and continuous auditing can improve your company’s internal audit and oversight abilities while also reducing its costs. Click here to learn more!
Traditional and Roth IRAs can be powerful estate planning tools. With a “self-directed” IRA, you may be able to amp up the benefits of these tools by enabling them to hold nontraditional investments that offer potentially greater returns. Click here for more details.
You’d be hard pressed to find a business today that doesn’t have laptop computers listed among its assets. However, did you know laptop batteries hold a clear and present danger to companies? To learn more, click here.
When it comes to avoiding typosquatting, awareness is probably the best defense. Your company should regularly check various mistyped versions of its URLs and consider purchasing as many similar domain names as possible. Click the link to learn more.
We can help you evaluate subjective inputs and methods, as well as recommend additional controls over the process to ensure that you’re meeting your financial reporting responsibilities. Click here to learn more.