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Insurance Policies… Are you really covered?

Most nonprofits carry hefty amounts of insurance to shield them from liability. Carefully developed, they should be adequate. But more and more organizations are finding out that what they thought was adequate did not protect them at all. In general, most liability insurance policies fall into one of two categories, “claims made”, or “occurrence” policies. […]

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2018 Federal Withholding Rules

The IRS has issued guidance on the federal income tax withholding rules in response to recent changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (P.L. 115-97). The IRS also has released IRS Publication 15 (Circular E), Employer’s Tax Guide for 2018, which includes specific information on the withholding guidance. Background The Act made significant […]

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Atheists Renew Attack on Church Filing Exemption

The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has renewed its court challenge to another longstanding exemption in the U.S. tax code for churches. The atheist organization is targeting the exemption churches currently enjoy from filing Form 990, the annual information return most public charities are required to file each year with the IRS. The Internal Revenue […]

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Employee Recognition …five suggestions for getting it right

Keeping employees plugged into their jobs and coming into work with good attitudes is something all good managers work hard at. One of the best ways to help accomplish this is through meaningful recognition. In much the same way that having a well-organized, safe workplace serves as the backbone for quality and efficiency of work […]

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