Support for Your Charitable Contributions: Rules for Reporting Cash and Property Deductions

It’s that time of year when we start gathering tax documents to put together our 2015 individual tax returns. Most of the documents that support ... read more >

Reminder: North Carolina Information Reporting Requirement

On September 18, 2015, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed H.B. 97, which provides for a three-year phase-in of the single sales factor method for ... read more >

Making Decisions on Facts Versus a Gut Feeling: Monitoring Capital Expenditures

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By Theodore Pettko

As with any new year, the routine task of completing a budget occurs, and that sets a measure for the organization to grade itself. Budgets are set up ... read more >

Can Over-the-Road Truck Drivers Establish a Tax Home?

With the tax deadline steadily approaching, taxpayers should begin to assess their business expenses to determine if they are eligible for any itemized ... read more >

After You Buy a Round, Don't Forget the Receipt: What You Need to Know for Your Meals & Entertainment Expenses

When we are in entertainment mode, we take pride in buying a round of drinks for our friends. However, you should not forget the receipt and remember who ... read more >

IRS Withdraws Proposed Regulations for Substantiating Charitable Contributions

On November 11, 2015, we posted “our thoughts” on new rules for substantiating charitable contributions proposed by the Internal Revenue Service. ... read more >

Postcard from Miami

Earlier this month, several Schneider Downs shareholders participated in PrimeGlobal’s Annual North American Tax and Accounting Conferences. These ... read more >

Common Themes Abound Across Five Years of Our Manufacturing Survey

Each year, the Schneider Downs Manufacturing Survey provides new and unique glimpses into the insights of companies from all walks of the sector. Often, ... read more >