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It is probably safe to say that most employers have created some form of an employee handbook; however, just because your organization has one, that doesn’t mean it is functional. An outdated or poorly written handbook could harm your organization by misleading employees or sending mixed...

Generally, patient investors prosper over the long term. Nevertheless, there are many reasons for selling stocks. Knowing the basics can help improve your tax position. Selling shares held in a taxable account will trigger taxable capital gains or losses, unless the sale proceeds are exactly the...

Directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance enables board members to make decisions without fear that they will be personally responsible for any related litigation costs. Such coverage is common in the business world, but few non-profits carry it. Non-profits may assume that their charitable mission...

Like most businesses, you have probably experienced a significant increase in the number of customers who prefer to make cashless payments. And you may be wondering: how does the acceptance of these types of transactions affect the auditing of your financial statements? Cashless transactions require the...

All businesses: File paper versions of most annual information statements (IRS Forms 1098, 1099, and others) for certain payments you made during 2018 (due date is April 1 if you are filing electronically)....

In 2019, the standard premium for Medicare Part B (covering medical bills) is $135.50 per enrollee per month. However, seniors who had modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) more than $85,000 in 2017 (more than $170,000 on joint tax returns) will pay more. Monthly costs go...