Retiring soon? Recent law changes may have an impact on your retirement savings

If you’re approaching retirement, you probably want to ensure the money you’ve saved in retirement plans lasts as ...
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Pension plan sponsors may need to search for “lost” participants

For employers that still maintain a pension plan, losing contact with former employees who are vested can be ...
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Defrauded? How to help your nonprofit recover

Thousands of not-for-profit organizations fall victim to embezzlement schemes every year — some even losing millions of dollars. ...
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Audits becoming mandatory for Georgia’s Film Tax Credit

Georgia’s transferrable Film Tax Credit has proven extremely popular, contributing significantly to a sharp rise in film and ...
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Didn’t contribute to an IRA last year? There still may be time

If you’re getting ready to file your 2020 tax return, and your tax bill is higher than you’d ...
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When to worry about an employee’s outside-of-work actions

For employers, the events of the past year have been a great accelerator. Workplace changes that may have ...
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Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC, Achieves HITRUST Authorized External Assessor Designation

Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC, a leading provider of assurance, tax, consulting, and advisory services, is proud to announce ...
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How nonprofits can work with social media influencers

With the competition for donation dollars fierce right now, many not-for-profits are turning to influencers — from Hollywood ...
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Did you make donations in 2020? There’s still time to get substantiation

If you’re like many Americans, letters from your favorite charities may be appearing in your mailbox acknowledging your ...
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2021 adjusted penalties for health benefits and other employer plans

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced the 2021 annual adjustments to civil monetary penalties for a ...
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It may be time to tune up your nonprofit’s accounting function

Many organizations get stuck in procedural ruts because it’s easier in the short term to continue doing things ...
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2021 individual taxes: Answers to your questions about limits

Many people are more concerned about their 2020 tax bills right now than they are about their 2021 ...
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