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Update to Form W-4 for 2020
The 2020 Form W-4, Employee's Withholding Certificate, is very different from previous versions. This is due to the federal tax law changes that took place in 2018. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not requiring all employees to complete the revised form and has designed the withholding tables so that they will work with both the new and prior year forms.
Internal Audit 2.0: Paperless and Continuous Auditing Trends
Does your current internal audit approach take advantage of electronic recordkeeping? Learn the benefits of upgrading your audit program to match today’s technology.
Making College More Affordable with 529 Plans
The affordability of a college education is seemingly out of reach for many Americans: in-state tuition and fees at public universities have increased by a staggering 237 percent over the course of the past 20 years. Choosing an appropriate savings plan may make a big difference.
Selling Securities by Year End? Avoid the Wash Sale Rule
Have you cashed in some investment gains in 2019? You may be looking for unrealized losses in your portfolio so you can sell those investments to offset your gains before year end. This can reduce your tax liability. But don’t run afoul of this rule.
Reasons Why Cash is King
Balance sheets and income statements get all the attention. But the less popular statement of cash flows can be a powerful management tool, if you know how to interpret it…
Accelerate Depreciation Deductions with a Cost Segregation Study
Cost segregation studies can yield substantial benefits, but they’re not right for every business. Learn more about how this strategy can help accelerate depreciation deductions on the building that houses your operation.
Who Needs an Estate Plan? You Do!
No one wants to contemplate their own mortality, but taking the time now to create an estate plan can greatly benefit your family after your death.
Setting Up a Health Savings Account for Your Small Business
Health Savings Accounts offer a flexible, tax-advantaged option for providing health care coverage. Employers and employees can benefit. Here’s a look at what an HSA could mean for your business.
The Tax Impact of Selling Your Home
The IRS allows you to exclude up to $250,000 of gain from the sale of your principal residence and up to $500,000 if you are married and filing a joint return. How do you determine how much gain you will have?
Nonprofits: New Alternatives for Reporting Goodwill and Other Intangibles
When nonprofit organizations merge, reporting goodwill and other intangible assets can be complex and costly. Fortunately, new accounting guidance offers some welcome relief.
Control How Your Charitable Gifts Are Used by Adding Restrictions
Depending on how you look at it, restrictions can be a plus or a negative. When it comes to preserving your charitable legacy, placing restrictions on how charities can use your gifts is a definite positive.
Auditing Grant Compliance
Got grants? Juggling multiple levels of grant compliance can be time consuming and frustrating. Here’s how our audit team can help streamline the process.

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