VIDEO: While most companies expense the cost of research and development activities, most fail to take advantage of the R&D tax credit. Learn how the tax credit works and what expenses qualify for it.
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If your small business or start-up is planning to claim the research tax credit, there’s an option to get immediate use of the research tax credit. Subject to limits, you can elect to apply all or some of any research tax credits against payroll taxes instead of your income tax.
Every nonprofit should have an executive search plan. Even if you aren’t facing an imminent vacancy, your organization is smart to prepare for what can be a long process. Executive searches generally take several months — even if you end up hiring someone already known to your nonprofit.
Selecting a new chief executive or other senior staffer is one of the most important decisions your not-for-profit board is likely to face. Even if there’s no immediate hiring need, it’s smart to prepare for the process. That way, you’ll be ready to execute an efficient executive search when the time arrives.
What do you need to know about the new upcoming tax legislation in the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 bill? This bill is currently with the Senate to approve and includes many significant changes that impact taxpayers.
Identity theft occurs when someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person’s personal information, such as their name, Social Security number, credit card accounts, or other confidential data, and uses it to commit financial fraud or engage in other criminal activities while impersonating the victim.
Tax credits are far more valuable than tax deductions. Unlike a deduction, which reduces a business’s taxable income, a credit reduces the business’s tax liability dollar for dollar. However, for businesses, the aggregate value of tax credits may be limited by the general business credit (GBC).
IRS examiners use publications called IRS Audit Techniques Guides to prepare for audits in certain industries and those with various issues. The publications are available to the public, so you can read them to gain insight into what the IRS looks for in terms of compliance.
Private foundations can be highly effective for people who want to leave a charitable legacy, but they’re expensive to set up and operate. Donor-advised funds (DAF) are a popular alternative, but they also have potential drawbacks.
Nonprofits whose states or municipalities have passed pay transparency laws must comply by, for example, revealing salary ranges in job postings. But even if you’re not required to, consider adopting these practices.
If your manufacturing company is looking to reduce its tax bill, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the General Business Credit (GBC) which is a collection of credits scattered throughout the tax code.
If your nonprofit hopes to land a large gift, it needs to go to the source: high net worth donors. Learn more about wealthy philanthropists and how to get their attention.
Inefficient accounting processes and errors can cost a nonprofit time and money. Here are some tips on how to find and fix less than perfect accounting processes.
Charitable auctions can be an effective way for nonprofits to raise funds. But they can also trip up nonprofits (and donors) that don’t follow tax rules. Here are some of the most important issues.
Shortages in accountants and increasing workplace demands for remote options are forcing organizations to take a closer look at their software and technology platforms and are strongly suggesting a push to cloud accounting platforms.