On September 30, 2019, a federal judge struck down two provisions in a 2016 state ethics law in New York that required nonprofit organizations to disclose their donors in public filings with the state, citing first amendment violations.
In this podcast, we discuss the process of evaluating and targeting an appropriate level of reserves.
On October 10th, Tate & Tryon is pleased to take part in honoring another outstanding class of nonprofit CFOs at the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards.
Being selected for a Department of Labor (DOL) audit is not exactly a prize most plan sponsors want or intend to win. Often, plan sponsors think service providers will take the blame when compliance issues arise. But plan sponsors are ultimately responsible for plan administration and operation. Plan sponsors that don’t realize this can suffer devastating consequences and become a statistic on the agency’s annual enforcement report.
In this episode of our Nonprofit Knowledge Center podcast series, we discuss how nonprofits are using technology to modernize the budgeting, planning and forecasting process.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted to propose delaying the implementation date for Accounting Standards Update 2016-02, Leases (Topic 842) (ASU 2016-02) for nonprofit organizations without conduit debt.
In this podcast, T&T Tax Principal Mike Sorrells joins Laura Kalick, Esq. to discuss highlights and key takeaways from the 7th Annual Higher Education Taxation Institute.
On July 1, 2019, the President signed H.R. 3151, the Taxpayer First Act (the Act). The Act, while revenue-neutral, contains many provisions which improve services to taxpayers and change certain IRS administrative procedures.
On Saturday, June 29th, members of Tate & Tryon staff participated in a volunteer event at DC Central Kitchen in Washington, DC.
In this article, audit Partner Christian Spencer discusses some steps nonprofits should take to avoid becoming a victim of invoice fraud.