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We are approaching the time of year when many companies undergo an annual audit of their 401(k) plan. Even if an audit is not required of your company’s 401(k) plan, this is a great time to review the plan and ensure your fiduciary responsibility is being met and the plan is functioning as designed. Benefit plans can have many different options and features, so a good working knowledge of the...
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By Christopher D. Cook, CPA | August 20, 2021 The R&D Tax Credit offers a significant tax incentive for companies in a broad spectrum of technology-based industries. The credit has been part of the Internal Revenue Service tax code since 1981 and is responsible for billions of dollars in tax savings each year. It has gained even more popularity as a result of modifications included in the Protecting Americans from...
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Do you have the clause FAR 52.216-7 “Allowable Cost and Payment” in any of your contracts? If you do, you likely have a requirement to prepare an Incurred Cost Submission for your company and submit it to your local DCAA office 6 months after your fiscal year-end. Typically, this FAR clause is incorporated in cost reimbursable contracts and Time-and-Materials (T&M) contracts that are direct to the government or a flow-through...
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This article was written by Meg Hampton and originally published by Accounting Today. We have heard that many of the tasks and duties that today’s college students will perform by 2030 have not been invented yet. The evolution of technology and AI is already changing how public accountants perform their work, and it stands to reason that younger professionals should expect an environment of continuous learning and mentoring in this industry...
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By Michelle Jenkins, CPA If you remember the TV show, “The Office,” they had an accounting and payroll team. It included Angela, Oscar and Kevin. When accountant “Angela” went on maternity leave, that department was essentially short staffed. Short staffing is a burden for owners, leaders and existing staff when it is temporary. What if the problem persists? The U.S. unemployment rate, which is the percentage of eligible people actively...
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