Although there are a number of ways for nonprofit organizations that now have surplus funds to approach reinvesting for growth, consider focusing in these areas.
Employers who requested an extension for their 2020 tax return may want to consider retroactive retirement plan adoption to offset their 2020 tax liability. For those who have already filed, keep this planning technique in mind for future years.
Consider these key state tax issues now that state and local governments are revisiting taxpayer compliance with nexus rules, considering new taxes on digital services, and evaluating the extent to which they are willing to conform to federal tax rules and legislation.
Using Privacy by Design (PbD) principles, nonprofits can ensure services and business processes are designed to protect privacy from the beginning rather than applied as an afterthought.
Utilizing Employee Stock Ownership Plans or ESOPs in construction companies that thrive on reputation, legacy and employee morale can be a beneficial recruiting and succession planning strategy.
We have a great opportunity for an experienced audit staff or senior to join our award-winning workplace.
Companies considering a nonqualified deferred compensation or NQDC plan as a recruiting and retention tool should understand the unique compliance requirements and other complexities of these plans.
The PPP Form 3509 Loan Necessity Questionnaire (Form 3510 for nonprofits) is no longer required for loan forgiveness.
We recently hosted our annual 2021 L.E.A.D. (Leadership Engagement And Development) Day with attendees from U of L, University of Ky, IU Southeast, IU, Lindsey Wilson, University of Cincinnati and Spalding.
Many taxpayers will automatically receive monthly advance child tax credit payments beginning July 15th; however, this may not be beneficial for everyone. The deadline to unenroll is June 28th.
We have a great opportunity for a Payroll Specialist to join our award-winning New Albany, Indiana workplace.
The shift to a remote work environment will likely change the way employees work forever. By being intentional, adaptive and flexible, organizational leaders can help ensure that the current workforce is both productive and satisfied while continuing to recruit and retain top talent.
#DMLOCares is more than just a hashtag – it is something we live out daily. Compassion and giving back are priorities for us, and our staff dedicate thousands of hours each year to volunteering in our community, in addition to the firm’s significant financial contributions.
Failing to comply with sales tax collection and filing requirements can result in significant risk and penalties, and states are becoming more aggressive in pursuing. VDAs or Voluntary Disclosure Agreements for sales tax obligations can help limit exposure.
Many nonprofits are still experiencing the aftereffects of the COVID-19 disruption. Following these five steps will help with maintaining donor engagement, building trust and confidence, and increasing your organization’s resilience.
Biden’s American Families Plan and other proposals with potential tax increases will complicate the tax landscape for high-income earners.
We have a great opportunity for a Tax Manager to join our award-winning Louisville workplace.
We had a blast at our first annual DMLO Cornhole Tournament benefiting Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana!
With the first 100 days in the rearview mirror, Biden Administration priorities are shifting to the future. Business leaders should prepare for swift movement in ESG, innovation, infrastructure, tax policy, and other areas of focus.
A well thought out 2021 tax strategy is more critical than ever as tax professionals’ role as strategic partners has been enhanced in the business ecosystem through the pandemic and ever-evolving tax policy and legislation.