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Coronavirus and Charity Registrations: Update for May 8, 2020

Guest post by James Gilmer of Harbor Compliance State charity offices have been quick to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now concerned with the promotion of public health, these officials are taking steps that impact your nonprofit’s state registrations. In … Continued

“Accounting for COVID-19” Episode 8 – Nonprofit Implications

In this episode of “Accounting for COVID-19,” we sit down with Lyndel Lackey, HoganTaylor Tax Partner, and Michelle Mann, HoganTaylor Tax Senior Manager, to discuss how nonprofit organizations can overcome the impact caused by the novel coronavirus. With organizations worried … Continued

UPDATES&INSIGHTS: NONPROFIT – September 2018

UPDATES&INSIGHTS: NONPROFIT is designed to help you keep up with the accounting, tax, and business issues affecting nonprofits. Most of the articles in the September 2018 issue outline how the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the … Continued

UPDATES&INSIGHTS: NONPROFIT – March 2018

In this edition: Tax Reform for Exempt Organizations – The Rest of the Story By Lyndel Lackey, HoganTaylor Tax Partner With the most comprehensive changes in the Internal Revenue Code since 1986 now a reality under the Tax Cuts and … Continued

Nonprofit Newsletter Fall 2017

In this edition: How Ready are You for the New Revenue Recognition Standards? By Andy Gorham, CPA, HoganTaylor Assurance Senior Manager In May 2014, FASB issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2014-09, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (ASC 606).  ASC 606 … Continued

Nonprofit Newsletter Summer 2017

In this edition: Are You Ready For Changes to Procurement Standards under Uniform Guidance? By Jack Murray, CPA, HoganTaylor Lead Nonprofit Partner If you receive federal grant funding, you have no doubt heard of the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles … Continued