Does your not-for-profit have a code of ethical conduct?
Although many businesses have had to reduce their workforces because of the COVID-19 pandemic, others are hiring or may start adding employees in the weeks or months a
Does your business receive large amounts of cash or cash equivalents? You may be required to submit forms to the IRS to report these transactions.
Does your employer provide you with group term life insurance?
Starting in 2019, auditors’ reports for certain public companies must contain a new element: critical audit matters (CAMs).
Not-for-profits sometimes team up with other entities to boost efficiency, save money and better serve both organizations’ constituencies.
When the COVID-19 crisis exploded in March, among the many concerns was the state of the nation’s supply chains. Business owners are no strangers to such worry.
Last week, the Federal Reserve announced that not-for-profit organizations now may apply for loans under the $600 billion Main Street Lending Program.
A widely circulated article about the COVID-19 pandemic, written by author Tomas Pueyo in March, described efforts to cope with the crisis as “the hammer and the dance
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses are strapped for cash.