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When you adopt a child, you could bring home more than a bundle of joy. You may also be in line for a valuable tax credit.
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Using sophisticated inventory management software is supposed to solve the problem of inaccurate counts, but that's not always the case. Delays in order fulfillment and angry customers are inevitable if your warehouse is plagued by erroneous inventory counts.
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Creating a formal debt management plan, rather than borrowing haphazardly, can save your firm thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars in interest.
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The IRS has a massive effort, launched in coordination with the U.S. Department of Justice, to identify and prosecute tax evaders from the medical profession
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Embezzlement by employees can take many forms -- from the simple use of a company credit card to buy inexpensive personal items to complex check forging schemes that result in massive losses. Take a look at these court cases, which illustrate some of the ways not-for-profit organizations can be defrauded:
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Legal skirmishes continue over whether the detailed employee pay data collection scheme (on top of the original basic employee census data) should be enforced. In 2017, the Trump administration suspended the EEOC-1 Component 2 data collection rules, which originated during the Obama Administration. But, in March 2019, a federal court held that those rules should go into effect anyway.

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Does your business need to add one or more vehicles? If so, the purchases may qualify for tax breaks under current tax law. Here are the details.
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When business starts to increase, it's time to dig in your heels a little deeper to turn your firm's revenue growth into an upward trend — rather than just a good month. Buying or renting a larger facility can help.
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Debt is an integral part of the strategic plans of many organizations, yet it has traditionally carried a stigma in the not-for-profit industry. That view is changing, as more organizations borrow money for major capital purchases, new program funding — even to manage current cash flow.

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