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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Nonprofit organizations & state unemployment tax

Bill Sims posted an article last week about state unemployment tax and how it affects nonprofit organizations and churches. I want Read More >>

Answering a question about small employer health insurance credits

One of the readers on our 401kcpa blog asked a question about the small employer health insurance credit. I answered the question, Read More >>

State unemployment tax: nonprofit organizations vs. churches/religious organizations

We recently received a question about state unemployment tax, and I want to pass on Senior Tax Associate Carla Medrano’s Read More >>

Get ready for July 1: fee disclosure day

Bloggers and financial planning professionals are talking about the DOL’s upcoming requirement to disclose details about administrative fees for 401(k) Read More >>

Good news – Schedule K-1 is optional for tax year 2011

When it comes to tax prep, easier is always welcome. On March 22nd, the IRS retracted the requirement for nonprofit Read More >>

8 disclosures + 5 questions = things to tell your auditor

The formal name for setting auditor expectations is ‘written representations.’ Without a document of representations, the auditor is limited in Read More >>

Opening mail and copying checks: important internal controls

Churches are often relaxed about a very important fraud-prevention duty – opening mail and copying checks. To help eliminate temptation Read More >>