Will Giving America a Raise Help or Hurt? The New Overtime Pay Proposal

In 1938, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed a bill that marked a milestone for the United States' workforce. The Fair Labor Standards Act of ... read more >

Fidelity Bond Requirements

ERISA

By Lara Fuller

Recently, the Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a Q & A regarding key points that plan sponsors should know about ERISA’s fidelity bonding ... read more >

What the Iran Nuclear Deal Could Mean for U.S. Oil Companies

The latest news cycles have been dominated by talk of a deal between world powers, including the United States (U.S.) and Iran, regarding Iran’s ... read more >

Attention 403(b) Plan Sponsors! Relief May Be On The Way!

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities (ACT) recently released its 2015 Report of Recommendations. ... read more >

Financial Outlook Improves for Colleges and Universities

A U.S. Higher Education In-Depth Sector Report issued July 6, 2015 by Moody’s Investor Services states that during 2014 the higher education sector ... read more >

Not-for-Profit Reporting Model - Part 4: Functional Expense Allocation Review

Given the time of year, many tax-exempt organizations are currently going through their year-end close and may be preparing for an upcoming financial statement ... read more >

Preparation was Stressful, but Well Worth It

Internship

By Kevin Mechas

My Audit Experience It had been a goal of mine to get an internship in public accounting for the summer after my junior year. People would always tell ... read more >

Construction Spending Figures Announced

Construction

By Todd Lucas

On July 1, the U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce released its May 2015 construction spending figures, and overall, the news is positive. ... read more >