Accounting Standards for Nonprofit Organizations

By: Vickie Young Beam, CPA, Principal Nonprofit organizations are entities that perform charitable services by accepting funds from the general public. To help regulate activities and encourage proper use of funds, accounting standards are in…

Save Time, Money and Aggravation at Tax Time

By: Jennifer Pacilli, CPA, Director The role of a certified public accountant has changed quite a bit from when I first entered the profession. Today’s CPAs are advisors who assist clients with navigating through constantly-changing…

Is Your Business Ready to Outsource Accounting?

Accurate and timely accounting is critical for any business’ survival. At the same time, it’s important for entrepreneurs to pour their energy into core business activities and not waste time on day-to-day bookkeeping. Unfortunately, the…

5 Tips for Job Seekers Over 50

You’ve got loads of experience in your field. You know things that only time can teach you. However, all of your experience and knowledge can sometimes work against you. And even though age discrimination is illegal,…

Strategies for Paying Off Student Loans

Today, 70 percent of college students graduate with an average of $30,000 in student loan debt. The average payment is nearly $400 a month and will take about 20 years to pay off. On an…

Tax Implications of Charitable Planning/Giving Strategies

By: Marie Holliday, CPA, MBA, Managing Director On October 28, 2021, Managing Director Marie Holliday, presented a webinar on Tax Implications of Charitable Planning / Giving Strategies for Delaware Technical Community College. This program was…

So You Want To Start a Nonprofit – Part 3

By: Pete Kennedy, CPA, Director “How do I start a nonprofit?” is a question I get asked with some frequency and the answers might not be what you expect. If you are considering starting a…

So You Want To Start a Nonprofit – Part 4

By: Pete Kennedy, CPA, Director “How do I start a nonprofit?” is a question I get asked with some frequency and the answers might not be what you expect. If you are considering starting a…

So You Want To Start a Nonprofit – Part 2

By: Pete Kennedy, CPA, Director “How do I start a nonprofit?” is a question I get asked with some frequency and the answers might not be what you expect. If you are considering starting a…

How to Turn a Summer Job into a Tax-Free Retirement Nest Egg and More

‘Tis the season for summer jobs for high school and college kids. These seasonal jobs are more than just an opportunity for teens and college students to earn some money and gain experience. They also…

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