With the federal estate tax exemption currently so large, you may want to devote more time to saving income taxes for your heirs.
Learn strategies that can help your business.
Although your nonprofit can’t control the thoughts of criminally minded employees, you can make occupational fraud difficult to commit. The latest ACFE fraud report provides insights and tips.
If the value of your portfolio is down, you may want to turn the stock market downturn into a tax-saving opportunity. How? By converting a traditional IRA into a Roth IRA.
Some people are under the misconception that Social Security benefits are always free from federal income tax. So they may be surprised to learn that benefits may be taxed in retirement. Here are the rules.
Even if your nonprofit’s executive director isn’t leaving immediately, it makes sense to have an executive search plan ready. Here’s how to build your plan.
Do you own Series EE bonds? Take a look at the issue dates to see if the bonds are no longer earning interest. Here’s some information about how bond interest is taxed.
Here’s a strategy for older taxpayers who are philanthropically inclined and also take distributions from their traditional IRAs.
You may have overlooked some tax breaks if you are caring for an elderly relative. Here’s a rundown.
Donors may automatically assume they can deduct the full amount of any charitable contribution. But what if your nonprofit provides goods or services in exchange for donations?
How effective are your nonprofit’s grant proposals? If you aren’t meeting with much success, you may need to change tack. Here’s how to research the grant, support your proposal and avoid pitfalls.
ESOPs can provide numerous benefits for business owners and employees alike. But the DOL and IRS may challenge valuations prepared for these plans. Will yours pass muster?
Whether your employees largely work from home or your office is fully staffed, thieves may invade your company’s space without raising a crowbar. Here’s how to spot and prevent “creepers” from getting in.