Key deadlines for businesses and other employers
Make sure your nonprofit is tax-compliant
Summing up the standards
Form 8283 for donors
Convert ordinary income to long-term capital gains
When a donor promises to make a contribution at a later date, your not-for-profit likely welcomes it. But such pledges can come with complicated accounting issues.
Beware of these pitfalls
Here are some things you should know about deducting casualty losses on your 2017 return
You should regularly evaluate your board’s financial oversight
Two still-available tax credits are especially for small businesses that provide certain employee benefits
File the right form
Changes under the TCJA
Key provisions affecting individuals
Aim for the right targets
There’s still time to set up such a plan for 2017
Here’s how to make the process a little less painful.
Determining ROI vs. cost ratios
What can — and can’t — they deduct?
Add up the pluses and minuses
Key tax-related deadlines
Check to see if your website is among the top search results
What are you doing November 28?
If you’re considering a real estate donation, plan carefully.
Be ready to execute an efficient executive search when the time arrives
Here are a few details to consider when selling an investment.
Strategies that work
Are you prepared?
Catching the IRS’s eye
What do charitable donors want?
Here are some simple dos and don’ts.
How to counter your vulnerabilities
Balancing the pros and cons
Look at donor trends
We’ve answered some commonly asked questions.
How are bylaws changed?
Running the numbers
What are the deduction rates?
Do you know what to do if your organization receives an audit letter?
When filing is required
Current tax treatment
Cover the basics well
Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the first quarter of 2017
Are you reporting them correctly?
Is it time for a tune-up?
Challenges and opportunities mark growth stage
Those golden rules may need more than polishing