At Barnes Dennig, we have long been committed to understanding the nuances of tax and accounting for non-profits. The proof is in our Non-Profit Client Service Team, the largest group of accounting professionals in the region who are dedicated to serving non-profits year-round. Beyond the numbers, we are committed to
The State of Ohio has a 2011 goal of contacting an estimated 300,000 businesses in Ohio through their “Use Tax Education Program,” or UTEP, to help those businesses better understand use tax laws and how to stay in compliance with the law. In today’s challenging economic climate, many struggling state
As the U.S. economy recovers in fits and starts, more businesses are shifting their focus from survival to growth. For many, that means looking beyond our borders. Small- and medium-sized enterprises account for about one-third of the goods imported and exported by U.S. companies, and their piece of the pie
Congress seems to be waking up to the long-evolving scenario that perhaps as many as half of all U.S. businesses and companies that employ half of the private sector workers are not federal income-tax-paying entities. They are so-called “pass-through” entities, better known as partnerships, limited liability companies and S Corporations.
It is an ongoing struggle for executive directors and board chair people to get their board members productively involved in growing the organization. In many cases, 80 percent of the work is being done by only 20 percent of the board. In these challenging economic times, it is more important
Updated Friday, April 15 President Obama signed into law a repeal of the 1099 reporting requirements that were included in last year’s healthcare reform act, as well as a similar 1099 requirement that was included in the Small Business Act. It should save business owners a significant amount of paperwork