This podcast series episode – Successful Finance Philosophies #5 – discusses effective communication with the Board and the Finance team.
For any nonprofit organization, ensuring the quality and completeness of the audit committee charter is key to effective board governance. Check out these 5 helpful tips for strengthening your audit committee charter that can help even a great audit committee to govern even better.
5 Suggestions to Perfect Your Audit Committee Charter
1. INCORPORATE ALL YOUR STATE […]
The IRS has issued long-awaited guidance regarding the calculation of unrelated business taxable income (“UBTI”) for exempt organizations under the new tax law. Although it is considered interim guidance, taxpayers may rely on the guidance given here until proposed regulations are issued.
Moving to a high-functioning, cloud-based accounting platform puts powerful capabilities at the fingertips of any nonprofit organization. Hannah Lawrence, Senior Consultant in Tate and Tryon’s Outsourced Services practice shares ins and outs of transitioning to a new accounting platform.
As a longstanding supporter of the Annual Power of A–Summit Awards Dinner, we encourage you to join us and help celebrate the Power of Associations and their abilities to create positive change in America and around the World.
INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) recently announced the release of its annual financial performance analysis and ranking of the nation’s largest public accounting firms. We are very pleased to announce that Tate & Tryon has been named a 2018 Top 200 Firm, coming in at #150.
IPA Top 100, 200 and 300 firms are ranked by U.S. […]
IRS will no longer require donor reporting for non-501(c)(3) exempt organizations.
Beginning next year, non-501(c)(3)’s will no longer be required to disclose donor names and addresses on the Form 990 Schedule B. This change, recently announced by the IRS in Rev. Proc. 2018-38, will be effective for Forms 990 […]
In this audio podcast, Tax Principal Debbie Kosnett discusses the recent SCOTUS Wayfair decision allowing states to collect sales tax from online retailers, why it’s so important, and what the implications are for nonprofit organizations.
In this audio podcast, Audit Partner Doug Boedeker provides an overview of the new guidance found in FASB’s recently issued ASU 2018-08 Topic 958, Clarifying the Scope and Accounting Guidance for Contributions Received and Contributions Made.
In this video, Outsourced Services partners Anna Hofmeister and David Bohn discuss the types of financial technology tools nonprofits should be leveraging to achieve a high-functioning finance department.