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By: Renee Collins, CPA and Bryan Porter, CPA, MS

It is common practice for construction companies to obtain an annual audit of their financial statement for borrowing, bonding and governance purposes. While the audit may seem like a routine accounting expense, it is important to understand how a quality... Continue Reading
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Recommended by: Mary Bechtel In a recent article published by Accounting Today, editor-in-chief Michael Cohn informs readers that the Better Business Bureau has alerted QuickBooks users of a new security alert. This new email phishing scheme targets small businesses in an... Continue Reading
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Recommended By: Kim Fusco BoardSource, with the help of other partners, has developed a new approach to evaluating fundraising effectiveness.  This provides a new unique perspective to balancing both risk and reward in your organization’s fundraising efforts.  “We seek to... Continue Reading
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Recommended By: Kim Fusco

Best practices surrounding good governance continues to be a common area of concern for not-for-profit organization management, board members, and community members. Staying proactive regarding governance best practices is essential to maintaining a strong reputation.  This short article provides some... Continue Reading
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Recommended by: Jerry Beard In the continuing efforts to reduce the payment of fraudulent refunds, the Internal Revenue Service and the state revenue agencies are requiring W-2 information be submitted by January 31.  This means the W-2 information will be... Continue Reading

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