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The IRS recently released the 2025 Health Savings Account (HSA) amounts, which have been adjusted for inflation.
Nonprofit audit findings usually contain recommendations that need to be taken seriously and acted on. Failing to take action could threaten your nonprofit's future.
Most charitable volunteers don’t think about potential legal and tax liabilities resulting from their volunteer activities. As a nonprofit leader, it’s your responsibility to ensure they never have to worry about such risks.
Many natural disaster relief charities are gearing up for a potentially busy tornado and hurricane season. Before an emergency hits, make sure you know IRS rules for providing aid to victims.
A new FTC ruling has made noncompete agreements unenforceable for most employees, with the aim of fostering competition and job mobility. Learn about the ruling and its potential impact on your business in this article.
VIDEO: Did you know that over half of all business fraud stems from inadequate internal controls? In this video, we'll provide you with four specific controls you can implement to help protect your business. 
Prospective nonprofit board members commonly cite time constraints as a reason not to join. Using board committees to lighten the load may make it easier for nonprofits to recruit qualified individuals.
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The IRS has issued a warning against companies misrepresenting personal wellness and nutrition expenses as medical expenses. Understand the potential tax implications and how to use your health spending accounts responsibly.
Your business should generally maximize current year depreciation write-offs for newly acquired assets. Two federal tax breaks can help achieve this goal: first-year Section 179 depreciation deductions and first-year bonus depreciation deductions.
The SECURE Act 2.0 made some important changes to 403(b) retirement plans, which typically are offered by nonprofits to their employees. Is your nonprofit caught up on the law’s provisions?
VIDEO: With the rise of AI, deepfake fraud is on the rise, resulting in significant financial losses for companies. Explore the need for increased employee education and enhanced security measures. Reach out to us to learn how to protect your organization against these sophisticated cybercrimes.
The Inflation Reduction has several provisions that benefit nonprofits with credits or cash payments. Read more for details on the provisions to determine if your nonprofit qualifies.
Even if your not-for-profit rarely needs to reimburse staffers, board members or volunteers, an expense reimbursement policy will make the reimbursement process easier and reduce the risk of any disagreements.
Nonprofit board meeting minutes could become critical documents in an IRS review or legal proceeding. It is important to capture the right information.
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