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Posted by Sarah Hopkins on July 17, 2020
As the initial surge in activity associated with campus closures has ended, we’re now left to evaluate the impact and review lessons learned from the transition.
Posted by Kathleen Strobele on July 16, 2020
As disruptive as it has been, the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't excuse employers from maintaining comprehensive payroll records. If a complaint triggers an EEOC or DOL investigation, you'll want to be ready with an employee file that can support your position.
Posted by Cathleen Karpik on July 15, 2020
During these financially challenging times, many not-for-profits have had to get creative to raise adequate revenue to sustain operations. But new activities can lead to unrelated business income tax (UBIT) exposure.
Posted by Cheryl A. Jankowski on June 26, 2020
Many taxpayers are confused about which federal tax filing and payment deadlines have been postponed by the IRS — and there certainly are a lot of postponements to keep track of.
Posted by Megan Morris on June 19, 2020
The Small Business Administration released a revised version of Form 3508 Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Application on June 16, 2020.
Posted by Christopher Lukowski on May 19, 2020
Could your organization be the next victim of fraud in an increasingly tense global marketplace? No one wants to believe that their trusted employees would steal assets or manipulate financial information for criminal purposes. But fraud is more common — and costly — than you might think, especially for smaller organizations.
Posted by Stephanie Wilkinson on May 14, 2020
It's not easy to think long-term about your business when we're all dealing with the daily challenges presented by COVID-19, but there will likely be better times ahead when this storm has passed. The steps you take now regarding your workforce could determine how well and how quickly your company is able to bounce back when the time comes.