What Does the DOL Look For In An Audit?

A Department of Labor (DOL) Audit can be a costly and time consuming endeavor. In addition to monetary penalties, those subjected to an audit can spend a significant amount of time gathering information in response the DOL’s inquiries. By 2016, the DOL’s monetary recoveries exceeded $700 million. What Triggers a

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Principles for Responsible Fundraising for Non-Profits

Fundraising is at the core of most nonprofit organizations’ success. Yet, finding the individuals and companies that believe in your mission enough to support you financially is only the start. Keeping them involved with your organization as active donors, involving the board in raising funds, utilizing the funds in a

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Minnesota Vendors Required to Register, Collect, and Remit Sales Tax

Minnesota expanded its definition of a “retailer maintaining a place of business” in Minnesota to include online marketplace providers (e.g., Amazon). Out of state businesses that use a marketplace providers’ fulfillment center within Minnesota may have established a physical presence in Minnesota. The 2017 Minnesota Legislature passed a law imposing

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Data Breaches Will Continue to Rise in 2018

While 2017 may have been a great year overall for technology, it felt like we were hearing about a new breach or hack every day. As a result, it became alarming at how vulnerable our personal information and the information of our clients is and will continue to be. Below

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Medical Device Tax Reinstated for 2018

The 2.3% medical device excise tax (MDET) was reinstated on January 1, 2018 after a two year suspension. The MDET is imposed on domestic sales including imports, manufacturing and the production of medical devices. The MDET initially went into effect in January 2013 to help fund the Affordable Care Act. 

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