Nonprofit Issues Newsletter, December 2017
Learn about proposed changes to accounting for contributions, the IRS 2018 work plan, protecting your organization from the risks posed by the dark web, and more.
Do You Review Your Employee Retirement Plan Annually?
An annual review of your organization's employee retirement plan can help you meet your fiduciary responsibilities and avoid mistakes.
Ransomware: Malware in Its Cruelest Form
Ransomware is a type of malware, but with an extra sting. Learn how it works and what to do if your organization is attacked.
A Beginner’s Guide to State Nonprofit Registration and Audit Requirement Rules
Some state requirements are easy to overlook. Learn why you might be noncompliant, and two ways to act now.
Critical Conversations Between Managers and Employees – Do We Have To?
Using a process for engaging in critical conversations can help managers earn the trust and respect of their teams and, most importantly, receive the performance they expect.
IRS Issues 2018 Work Plan for Tax Exempt Organizations
The FY 2018 Work Plan builds upon the agency's ongoing mission to refine, realign and improve their education and examination methods. This article looks at the initiatives and shares best practices to help your organization plan.
FASB Issues Exposure Draft on Accounting for Contributions Received and Contributions Made
The FASB has issued a proposed Accounting Standards Update intended to clarify and improve the scope and the accounting guidance for contributions received and contributions made.
FASB 2016-14 Information and Updates
November 16, 2017 - We’ll be providing FASB ASU 2016-14 information and implementation tips in email alerts and webcasts throughout the coming months. Click to learn more.
Webcast for Nonprofits: Retirement Plans Safe Harbor – Am I Safe?
January 25, 2018 - A retirement plan may have an option to be a safe harbor plan, but this terminology leaves many employees and employers confused. Join this free webcast for an explanation of safe harbor provisions and a description of nondiscrimination testing.
The Top 10 Email Risks
If you’re like most professionals, email is probably your primary form of communication some days. Here are 10 risks to be aware of.