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November 2, 2016
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4 Accounting Tips for a Nonprofit Organization

Accounting is a necessary component for running a financially sound nonprofit organization. Without it, a not-for-profit can find themselves in financial trouble very quickly, or worse, in trouble with the IRS. It’s imperative that their accounting department or accounting firm stay organized and up-to-date with, not only the daily business, but with the changes to[…]

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October 19, 2016
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4 Important Tips to Consider When Starting Nonprofit Organizations

  In today’s day and age, nonprofit organizations have become avenues of real change in the world. Whether it be for religion, charitable contributions, or foundations for fighting disease, today’s nonprofits tackle issues that others can’t or won’t do, to bring about real change in the world and make a significant difference. Nonprofit organizations provide[…]

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October 5, 2016
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Hurricane Disaster Tax Relief from the IRS

There’s no way to plan for a disaster, but did you know that the tax code will allow you to claim certain tax deductions for household damage due to hurricanes, floods, thefts, and vandalism? Obviously, good records will need to be kept and more paperwork necessary to fill out, but in most instances you’ll be[…]

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September 21, 2016
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9 of the Most Overlooked Tax Deductions and Credits

As the last quarter of the year has begun and the end of the year quickly approaches, now is a good time for people to think about getting their bookkeeping and receipts in order for the coming tax returns season. The reason you want to begin preparing now is because most people have the tendency[…]

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September 7, 2016
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Child and Dependent Care Credit

With the end of summer and start of the school year, determining what expenses qualify for the Child and Dependent Care Credit can save you money come tax time. The Child and Dependent Care Credit applies to expenses incurred for the care of a child, spouse, or dependent while you (and spouse if filing jointly)[…]

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