Tate & Tryon is pleased to announce that the Firm’s managing partner Charles Tate was the recipient of the GWSCPA’s 2017 Men Empowering Women Award. Charlie was honored at the GWSCPA’s annual Women’s Leadership Conference and Women to Watch Awards Luncheon which was held at the Mayflower Hotel on October 13, 2017.

This brand new award category recognizes men who actively support the development and advancement of women to leadership positions, champion the case for diversity, and serve as a mentor to women both formally and informally.

Tate & Tryon is proud of its long-standing tradition of supporting a highly competent and diverse workforce of which we are extremely proud., and will continue to be leaders of women in business and a champion of diversity.




Leveraging Internal Audit Techniques to Improve Efficiency

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Audit & Assurance12/06/2017

Enterprise Risk Management12/06/2017


Internal Control12/06/2017

Nonprofit finance teams are under constant pressure to deliver timely information, insightful business analysis, and organizational stewardship. In today’s world, finance teams are expected to fulfill these tasks faster and with fewer resources.  The tools and techniques employed by internal auditors can be of great assistance in generating organizational efficiencies while improving controls and data […]

Membership Dues Under Attack? A New Tax Reform Twist

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Exempt Organization Tax12/06/2017


Dear Clients and Friends,
The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) has identified a provision in the tax reform legislation that may serve to eliminate the deductibility of association/society dues as a business expense. Naturally, this could have a dramatic impact on the affordability of membership dues.
Jim Clarke, ASAE’s Senior Vice President of Public Policy, has […]

Coming Soon? A New 5 Year Reapplication Requirement for DC Tax Exemptions

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Exempt Organization Tax12/01/2017

By: Eric Owens, Tax Senior
Exempt organizations with offices in the District of Columbia, take note! You soon will need to reapply for exemption every 5 years, according to the DC Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR). This reapplication process is slated to apply not only to the DC franchise tax exemption, but also to the […]

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