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.
Help recognize the efforts and achievements of an exceptional CFO whose leadership has made an impact. Nominate a CFO for the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards. Winners will be formally recognized at the 2019 Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards Luncheon on October 10, 2019 at the Capital Hilton in Washington DC.
As states move to streamline their tax and reporting systems, more filings are being offered for submission through electronic channels such as state business portals. The District of Columbia has been no stranger to this phenomenon, with multiple portals available through their Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR), the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), and the Department of Employment Services (DOES).
Watch video highlights from T3 Information Systems’ annual customer summit, T3 AMPLIFY 2019 held on Thursday May 2nd at Nationals Park.
Tax exempt organizations reapplying for exempt status in DC will no longer be required to submit an affirmation letter from the IRS confirming exempt status as part of their DC exemption application.
Everything we do takes time – home projects, volunteering, leisure, and of course, work. Understanding how time is spent provides insightful data that helps us harness time and leverage one of our most precious resources.
In this short video, T&T Senior Consultant Hannah Lawrence discuses how T&T’s outsourced accounting teams are using tools like FloQast to streamline the month-end close process.
To compete and thrive in today’s competitive business world, nonprofits need to optimize their finance and accounting practices, and that means tackling a number of challenges that hinder productivity and efficiency. In this article, we will highlight the 5 top productivity killers in the finance department and how to overcome them.
IRS is no longer mailing lists of parent and subsidiary accounts to central organizations (group ruling holders) for verification and return. Group ruling holders must now provide their own updates.