Remember Enron? Doing business with so-called “related parties” may result in nepotism, sweetheart deals and skewed financial results. Here’s how auditors customize their procedures for related-party transactions.
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Valuing a business is like hunting for treasure. Your expert must dig into the subject company’s books and records for clues to unearth the answer.
Is your business thinking about establishing an employee assistance program? If so, be sure to consider the ERISA implications.
Your nonprofit needs a conflict-of-interest policy. Good governance demands it, your stakeholders expect it and even the IRS wants to know how you prevent conflicts.
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Employers: Are you welcoming employees back to the office while also considering a COVID testing/vax program? Here’s a look at the ERISA implications.
Your beneficiary designations and jointly held assets can wreak havoc if you don’t coordinate them carefully with the rest of your estate plan.
Business transactions with related parties — such as friends, relatives, parent companies, subsidiaries and affiliated entities — may sometimes happen
As a company grows, it can be difficult for the business owner to quantify and analyze every staff member’s performance. A 360-degree feedback program can provide perspective.
For the most part, property you inherit isn’t included in your income for tax purposes. However, certain items may have to be included in your income, although you may also be entitled to a deduction on account of them
Employers that provide employees with cell phones, or reimburse workers for phone costs, should determine whether and how tax-related fringe benefit rules apply. Details here.
Dell, H.J. Heinz, Dunkin’ and many other companies have delisted from the public markets in recent years. Is it time for your company to say goodbye to Wall Street?