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Uniform Grant Guidance Procurement Methods

The Uniform Grant Guidance (UGG) has brought about sweeping changes to grants management and includes many changes to procurement policies and procedures.

Fraud in the Construction Industry - Down, but not out...

According to the most recent Report to the Nations issued biennially by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), fraud within the construction

Tripping Over the Tax Goal Line

Soccer made recent headlines in the U.S. Unfortunately, it wasn’t due to resurging Premier League great Manchester United, speculation of the upcoming

Sales and Use Tax Audits: Are You Ready?

As states such as Pennsylvania struggle to pass budgets that limit tax increases and still meet the needs of a growing government, many tax professionals
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Cybersecurity, Where Do We Begin? Measuring Your Organization's Security with NIST Cybersecurity Framework

The concept of cybersecurity can be a daunting thought. The world of information technology alone is filled with complexity, then you add in business requirements

Bonne Année! Financial Resolutions for the New Year

Do you have a new year’s resolution? I have several, including learning French. I have downloaded Duolingo, a cool little app created by the prodigies
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Bob Bandi | 1.5.2016

Employment Tax Audits Are Coming

All signs point to increased enforcement of employment tax laws, particularly regarding classification of workers as employees vs. independent contractors.

PATH Act of 2015 Extends 179D Through 2016

Impact of the PATH Act of 2015 on 179D On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act) that
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Developing a Cybersecurity Culture in the Workplace

As we mention in our article about Cybersecurity frameworks, everyday employees are often the target of cybercriminals who intend to circumvent common

Tax Extenders Affecting the Not-for-Profit Industry: A Closer Look

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed Tax “Extenders” legislation into law. Many of the provisions were made permanent. The bill includes
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