Most employers understandably want to avoid hiring dishonest workers. The best way to do this is to verify resumé claims and possibly perform formal background checks. Here’s how.
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You may spend decades building up your traditional IRA but there comes a time when you must start taking withdrawals. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about required minimum distributions.
Accounting standard ASU 2016-13 takes effect for fiscal years starting Dec. 15, 2022. Is your nonprofit ready? Find out whether the new standard might apply to your organization and how to prepare.
For many of your nonprofit’s staffers, high inflation equals high anxiety. In this time of economic uncertainty, prioritize candid communications so employees’ worries won’t affect their work.
Building or replenishing nonprofit operating reserves can take time. But you need a financial cushion, particularly when the economic future looks uncertain. Learn more about finding funds to grow reserves.
If you’re starting a new business, you may wonder if you should operate as a C corporation, an S corporation or another entity. Here’s a summary of what will happen if you choose a C corporation.
The end of the year is a good time to examine your portfolio for tax purposes. Here are some strategies that may save you taxes.
Many people like to give thanks at this time of year by donating to their favorite charities. Here are the basic 2022 rules for charitable contributions and gifts to loved ones.
Do you own savings bonds? Here’s how the interest on the bonds is taxed.
Many people started working from home during the pandemic and have continued working out of home offices. Some of them qualify for home office deductions, but unfortunately, not all of them do. Here are the rules.