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Baldwin CPAs Fall 2018 Nonprofit Newsletter

Take a look inside our most recent newsletter for professionals' insights on the latest issues for nonprofits:

fall_2018_np_newsletter.pdf

Baldwin CPAs Summer 2018 Nonprofit Newsletter

Take a look inside our most recent newsletter for professional insights on the latest issues for nonprofits:

np_summer_2018.pdf

Baldwin CPAs Spring 2018 Nonprofit Newsletter

Take a look inside our most recent newsletter for professionals' insights on the latest issues for nonprofits:

np_spring_2018.pdf

Baldwin CPAs Fall 2017 Nonprofit Newsletter

Take a look inside our most recent newsletter for professionals' insights on the latest issues for nonprofits:

np_fall_2017.pdf

Baldwin CPAs Summer 2017 Nonprofit Newsletter

With summer upon us, it is important for nonprofit organizations to take stock of their compliance and governance initiatives.

np_summer_2017.pdf

Baldwin CPAs Spring 2017 Nonprofit Newsletter

Nonprofit organizations are managing transformational change at every level.

np_spring_2017.pdf

Baldwin CPAs Winter 2017 Nonprofit Newsletter

The nonprofit sector has turned its attention to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in 2017.

np_winter_2017.pdf

Are you ready for audit season?

It’s almost audit season for calendar-year entities.

FASB Issues ASU October 2016

The FASB recently issued ASU 2016-14 to improve the presentation of financial statements of not-for-profit entities such as charities, foundations, universities, and nonprofit health care providers, etc.

9-2016_fasb_report.pdf
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Articles for January 2019
Tax and Financial News
Divorce Can Be Taxing
January 2019
Divorce is expensive. Aside from the emotional toll divorce takes on a family, both the process and aftermath of a divorce can be costly. Below we look at some of the steps people can take to help remove the tax sting out of an already...
General Business News
Tips for Choosing the Appropriate Liability Insurance for Your Business
January 2019
When it comes to liability insurance, the saying "you can never be too prepared" is quite meaningful. While business owners cannot predict what happens day to day or year to year, they...
Stock Market News
How Will the 90-Day Freeze on Tariff Increases Impact the Markets?
January 2019
According to a press release issued by the United States Trade Representative (USTR) in the middle of September, tariffs of 10 percent on $200 billion of imported Chinese goods went into...
Financial Planning
What Leading Economic Indicators Tell Us
January 2019
One of the reasons investing is tricky is because it involves so many factors that we cannot control. One factor is the specific investment itself. In the case of a stock, the share price relies on company management...
What's New in Technology
How to Build Your Savings Using Technology
January 2019
According to a study by Cornell University, the human brain is wired to earn money more so than save it. As such, when we find we need more money in our lives, our instinct is to earn more...
Tip of the Month
5 Things to Start Doing in the New Year
January 2019
New Year’s resolutions usually involve stopping things like eating, drinking and spending too much – and so on. You know the drill. However, according to U.S. News & World Report...
Congress at Work
Prisoner Reform, the Farm Bill, and Taking Aim at Weapons of Mass Destruction
January 2019
Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Act of 2018 H.R. 7213 – Sponsored by Rep. Daniel Donovan (R-NY), this bill amends the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to establish a Countering Weapons of Mass...