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Financial best practices for religious congregations

Churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious congregations aren’t required to file tax returns, so they might not regularly ...
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Bradenton Christmas Party

Bradenton's annual Christmas party was held this past Friday at O'Bricks Irish Pub & Martini Bar.  The team ...
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Matt Hill Publishes First Article in Tennessee CPA Journal

We are happy to announce we have a newly published author in the firm! Matt Hill, partner in ...
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Nonprofit member surveys: Do’s and Don’ts for the 5 D’s

You can’t serve the needs of your not-for-profit’s members unless you know what those needs are. Many organizations ...
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Birmingham is in the Holiday Spirit!

Last Friday, the team spent part of their day decorating while enjoying some festive snacks...a great way to ...
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GSW Introduces the M&J Accounting Classroom

A ribbon cutting was held recently at Georgia Southwestern State University, introducing a completely renovated "Mauldin & Jenkins" ...
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Three Ways to Improve Development and Accounting Collaboration

Communication breakdowns between a not-for-profit’s development and accounting departments can lead to confusion, embarrassment and even financial problems. ...
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Bradenton Donates to the Salvation Army

The Bradenton office participated in the local Salvation Army Angel Tree Program again this  year.  Fifteen children were ...
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Today is #GivingTuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday! Mauldin & Jenkins values the tremendous impact that nonprofits make on our community.  We are ...
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Don’t Let The “Commerciality Doctrine” Trip Up Your Nonprofit

The commerciality doctrine was created along with the operational test to address concerns over not-for-profits competing at an ...
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