Month: June 2011

How an iPad or PC Tablet can Boost Productivity on the Jobsite

by Brian Enright, CPA and Tim Ayler, CPA | Team Members of the Construction Services Group By most accounts an iPad (or any PC tablet) is considered an entertainment device or simply a convenient, portable way to check email on a business trip. However, with new construction-based applications and tough protection cases, the iPad is […]

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Guidance for Tax Exemption Reinstatement

by Abbey Lakin and Amanda Meko, CPA | Team Members of the Not-For-Profit Services Group On June 8, 2011 the IRS announced that approximately 275,000 organizations automatically lost their tax-exempt status because they failed to file an annual return or an electronic notice (Form 990-N e-postcard) for 2007, 2008, and 2009.

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Planning A Successful Law Firm Retreat

by Jim Wagoner, CPA | Partner, Director of Tax Services | Team Leader of the Professional Services Group Caught up in the daily grind, it can be easy for partners and associates to lose sight of broader issues likely to affect the firm’s future. A retreat can provide a welcome opportunity for lawyers to focus […]

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Do You Have a Gift Acceptance Policy?

by Amanda Meko, CPA | Partner, Director of the Audit & Other Assurance Services Group | Team Leader of the NFP Services Group Many organizations don’t consider their fundraising programs large enough to need a gift acceptance policy. However, even if your charity has not received an unusual gift offer yet, it is probably just […]

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