In this article, Kaydee Ruppert, Dean Dorton Accounting and Financial Outsourcing Manager, shares insights into common challenges nonprofits face within their accounting functions. Nonprofits are built with passion and operated from the heart and soul; your accounting function doesn't have to stand in the way of your mission.
Dean Dorton is excited to announce a new addition to their Accounting and Financial Outsourcing team! Kaydee Ruppert brings 25 years of accounting, finance, and administration experience within the nonprofit sector and is a huge addition to the Dean Dorton team.
A year ago the healthcare industry put everything on hold and shifted all attention to preventing and responding to the Coronavirus. Now, even though we are still working through the pandemic, many of us are able to begin looking forward, but where should we start?
In this webinar recording, Lance Mann, Assurance Director covers the reporting requirements, details of incremental expense and lost revenue calculations, and an overview of what to expect in your Single audit or Program audit.
Dean Dorton announces the dates and location for the annual IGNITE Leadership Conference. This year, the conference will take place in Louisville on July 15 and 16, 2021. Applications will open on February 15.
Did you know, that the Consolidated Appropriations Act allows for a tax deduction on commercial buildings of up to $1.80 per square foot for energy-efficient features of the buildings construction? This article gives the details of several energy efficient tax incentives that can help you save this tax season.
If you own real estate and pay federal income taxes, you can benefit from the results of a cost segregation study. What is a cost segregation study? This article explains what a cost segregation study is, and summarizes the benefits to a property owner.
President Biden’s tax plan could shake-up many real estate investors’ and developers’ tax obligations. The potential financial implication of the proposed tax plan may stretch to all facets of the real estate investor community. This article contains a glimpse of the proposed changes.
As we move through 2021, the landscape is drastically changing for many industries, especially for those who work in energy and natural resources. This article highlights several risks and opportunities that should have electric co-ops on high alert.
2020 has forced all businesses to rethink their processes and procedures, but even before the pandemic business was evolving at an incredible fast pace. Moving forward, even our favorite convenience stores have to weigh opportunity and risk to keep up with a rapidly changing environment.