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Assurance

Top Audit Committee Concerns Per A New Survey

Audit committees act as gatekeepers over the accounting and financial reporting processes, including the effectiveness of the organization’s control environment. However, as the regulatory landscape becomes increasingly complex and organizations

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Individual Tax

Appraisal Needs For Valuable Gifts To Charity

If you donate valuable items to charity and you want to deduct them as deductions your taxes, you may be required to get an appraisal. The IRS requires donors and

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Estate Planning

Why Handwritten Will Revisions Are A Bad Idea

While the laws regarding the execution of a valid will differ from state to state, but typically they require specific formalities. These may include signing the will in the presence

Audit committees act as gatekeepers over the accounting and financial reporting processes, including the effectiveness of the organization’s control environment. However, as the regulatory landscape becomes increasingly complex and organizations
According to multiple survey results, the message to employers is very clear. Employees want support in maintaining their wellness — especially when it comes to mental health. Employers seem to
If you donate valuable items to charity and you want to deduct them as deductions your taxes, you may be required to get an appraisal. The IRS requires donors and
As networking technology becomes more essential for operations with every passing year, a simple yet undesirable reality comes closer into focus: The cyberattacks will continue. In fact, many experts are
In 2023, Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy released a public opinion survey that provided both good and bad news for non-profits. Although the respondents said they trust philanthropic
While the laws regarding the execution of a valid will differ from state to state, but typically they require specific formalities. These may include signing the will in the presence

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