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States Turning Up the Heat on Non-Profit Executive Compensation
Posted by Joe Giso on Thu, Jun 21, 2012 @ 09:14 AM
Author: Joe Giso, CPA, MST    

Would imposing pay limits make it difficult for non-profits to hold onto top-tier executives?

All over the country, state legislatures are putting forth proposed regulations to limit the salaries of CEOs of non-profits. Though states differ on the caps they are trying to impose, they agree on the message that non-profits are “charitable” organizations and therefore non-profit executives should “volunteer” a portion of their compensation via discounted salaries.

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Topics: Non-profits, CEO, pay cap, salary cap, pay ceiling

Confused by IRS Policies and Procedures? 16 Questions and Answers Can Help Set You Straight
Posted by Chrissy Hammond on Wed, Jun 13, 2012 @ 01:29 PM

Now that tax filing season is over, it’s a good time to answer some questions you may have about IRS practices and procedures. Dealing with the federal tax agency and the complex Internal Revenue Code can make for some frustrating encounters.

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Topics: tax, IRS, Taxes

10 Must Haves When Reviewing a Buy-Sell Agreement
Posted by Kristen Shepley on Mon, Jun 11, 2012 @ 09:15 AM

Protecting the Continuity of Your Business

Buy-sell agreements are like a will for a business and its owner, allowing the owner to keep control of their interest until retirement, death, disability, or divorce. It is especially useful for a business owner who has ruled out giving the business to children or family members, who doesn’t have management readily available to run the business, but who has identified a potential owner or group of owners.

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Topics: Buy-sell agreements, succession plans

Are You Subject to Income Tax in States Where You Have “Economic Nexus” but No Physical Presence?
Posted by Tarra Curran on Wed, Jun 6, 2012 @ 09:23 AM

Internet Sales May Affect Your Tax Liability

If you are selling over the internet, it’s likely that you have customers across the country, but a physical presence in only one or two states. If so, be prepared: you may be subject to income tax in states where you have “economic nexus” but no physical presence.

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Topics: tax planning, tax strategies, Latest Guidance on Tax Issues, tax compliance

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