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Texas Escheat Law — don’t forget about this one!

Monthly Archives: February 2011

Texas Escheat Law — don’t forget about this one!

In this country (and therefore the State of Texas), property is owned by the people – even if some of Read More >>

Getting your plan ready for an audit — part 3 of 3

Here is a final group questions from the IRS to get your company ready for an EBP audit:  1)      Are Read More >>

Texas Sales Tax holidays

Entities operating in the State of Texas are required to collect and remit sales tax on the sale of certain Read More >>

IRS error causes inaccurate 990 information on GuideStar®

GuideStar, the organization that gathers and publicizes information about nonprofits, recently became aware of an error that affects Form 990 Read More >>

Senate votes to repeal 1099 reporting requirement

This week, the Senate voted to repeal the expanded Form 1099 reporting requirements that were part of last year’s health care Read More >>

Getting your plan ready for an audit — part 2 of 3

Here are more questions from the IRS to ask yourself as you prepare your plan for an audit: 1)      Were Read More >>

Two ways to cast a wider net: coalitions and public engagements

In the last post, I talked about legal distinctions in the way you promote causes. Two ways that you can Read More >>

Texas Periodic Reporting

Although nonprofit organizations (NPOs) may apply and obtain exemption from filing a Texas Franchise Tax Report, a periodic report must Read More >>

Understand the differences: advocacy, lobbying, political activity

With an abundance of issues affecting your business life, you often have a desire to be involved and make your Read More >>

Getting your plan ready for an audit – part 1 of 3

It’s time to start thinking ‘audit’ for your 401(k) plan. Asking yourself a list of questions will help you prepare Read More >>