The employee classification rule that never really was

On January 6, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), then under the Trump administration, announced a final rule ...
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Time to plan an in-person board retreat?

As states open for business and the need for social distancing recedes, your not-for-profit organization may want to ...
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Mauldin & Jenkins Recognized as a Top 100 Accounting Firm by Accounting Today

Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC, a leading provider of assurance, tax, consulting and advisory services, is proud to announce ...
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Working in the gig economy results in tax obligations

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the number of people engaged in the “gig” or sharing economy had been ...
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DOL offers cybersecurity tips to benefit plan sponsors, others

Employers that sponsor employee benefit plans under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) face many challenges. Not ...
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Do you know the new accounting rules for gifts in kind?

If your not-for-profit organization accepts contributions of nonfinancial assets, such as land, services and supplies, you should know ...
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Tax filing deadline is coming up: What to do if you need more time

“Tax day” is just around the corner. This year, the deadline for filing 2020 individual tax returns is ...
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Mauldin & Jenkins Attends Albany Chamber of Commerce 111th Annual Meeting

Mauldin & Jenkins was excited to support the Albany Chamber of Commerce and attend its 111th Annual Meeting ...
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Motivating employees to contribute to your organization’s financial success

No matter what an employer’s purpose, be it a for-profit company or government agency, financial solvency and strength ...
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Minimize the need to make year-end financial adjustments

If your not-for-profit periodically prepares internal financial statements for your board, you may have noticed that your auditors ...
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Why it’s important to meet the tax return filing and payment deadlines

The May 17 deadline for filing your 2020 individual tax return is coming up soon. It’s important to ...
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Employers Get More Relief from Failure-to-Deposit Employment Tax Penalties

Under the Internal Revenue Code, an employer would typically be penalized for failing to deposit certain federal employment ...
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