Beginning January 5, 2013, changes to self-mailer postal regulations officially take effect.
Yearly Archives: 2012
It’s the week of Thanksgiving and thanks to the U.S. Small Business Administration (Administration) Delaware nonprofits affected by recent super-storm Sandy may have something extra to be thankful for this year.
The Merriam Webster dictionary defines fraud as “intentional perversion of truth in order to induce another to part with something of value or to surrender a legal right.”
Q. 1 – True or False: It is a best practice for a nonprofit organization to change auditors every 3 years. Q. 2 – True or False: A thorough understanding of a nonprofit organization’s accounting practices […]
remember as a kid having restrictions on everything I did. I can still hear my mom’s voice in my head saying “Don’t sit too close to the TV,” […]
The IRS has released a new search tool called Exempt Organizations Select Check. This new tool allows users to search the following IRS nonprofit listings:
Have you ever wondered why auditors always ask to perform walkthrough procedures? You know it is part of the audit, but WHY?
Nonprofits have enough to worry about when it comes to funding and running the organization. The greatest benefit in hiring an intern is it does not need to cost anything at all.
By Jonathan Moll, CPA – Keeping your finger on the pulse of emerging issues is critical in managing IRS compliance with exempt organization regulations.
Posted by Christina K. Bell With the start of baseball season, many American hometowns take great pride in their local youth sport teams. Unfortunately, some local leagues trade in town pride for town headlines. Last month, news broke that a softball program volunteer had stolen approximately $13,000 from the program causing them to charter with another program. The Association of … Continued