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Supervisors promoted from within call for special care

When a supervisory position opens up, your immediate reaction as an employer may be to post a job ...
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Compensating nonprofit board members

Contrary to popular belief, it’s usually perfectly legal to compensate not-for-profit board members — and sometimes it might ...
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Do you need to make an estimated tax payment by September 17?

To avoid interest and penalties, you must make sufficient federal income tax payments long before your April filing ...
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Recruiting Season is Finally Here!

Recruiting season is now in full swing! Matt Hisey, Josh Hightower, Kelli Clausel, and Kate Jones represented M&J ...
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Borders Takes Over as Managing Partner of Mauldin & Jenkins and Firm Appoints Five New Partners!

ATLANTA, GA (August 31, 2018) – Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC, an Atlanta-based CPA firm offering audit, accounting, and ...
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When should you reconsider a special event?

Not-for-profits use special events to raise large amounts in a short period of time. Most often, the donor ...
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Back-to-school time means a tax break for teachers

When teachers are setting up their classrooms for the new school year, it’s common for them to pay ...
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Are payroll cards the right call for your organization?

Payroll costs are a natural and unavoidable consequence of being an employer. But this doesn’t mean you can’t ...
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Make a licensing agreement work for your nonprofit

Licensing your not-for-profit’s name to a for-profit company can provide a valuable new revenue source — but it ...
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Stop your trade secrets from walking out the door

Trade secrets are among the most critical yet often overlooked assets of any organization. And they aren’t always ...
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