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Financial health and outsourced solutions: stability for healthcare organizations in a crazy world

By: Dean Dorton

September 22, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis of 2020 has impacted all industries. However, few industries have been impacted as severely as the healthcare industry. Learn how outsourcing your accounting can help finance leaders thrive from anywhere at any time.

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Women First experiences long-term growth with the help of Dean Dorton’s holistic service offerings

By: Dean Dorton

September 18, 2020

CASE STUDY: Women First, an all-female medical practice out of Louisville, KY has had a relationship with Dean Dorton dating back to 1997. In this Case Study learn how Dean Dorton's holistic services has helped Women First of Louisville excel through the years.

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Five identity attacks that exploit your broken authentication

By: Dean Dorton

September 17, 2020

Authentication methods that rely on usernames and password integrity are widely considered to be broken. Learn the five identity attacks that are most likely to impact your organization.

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PODCAST: The stopwatch doesn’t lie

By: Dean Dorton

September 16, 2020

Guest Brian Luftman, founder of American Farm Investors, is a passionate entrepreneur who has started numerous ventures. Brian and show host Justin Hubbard discuss where entrepreneurs should focus their time, where to spend resources, and how to quantify results.

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State tax implications of remote work

By: Dean Dorton

September 15, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the way people are working all across the country. Maddie Schueler, Senior Tax Consultant at Dean Dorton, discusses state tax implications of remote work.

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Data protection and the negative implications of shadow IT

By: Dean Dorton

September 15, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses to send employees home without much, if any, lead time to set up company-approved technology services for a secure remote work setup. Shadow IT refers to the use of unapproved technology services or devices without the knowledge or approval of the company’s IT department.

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Patience required in dealing with IRS correspondence

By: Dean Dorton

September 15, 2020

Even before the pandemic, the IRS was experiencing problems in timely handling many types of correspondence dealing with tax liabilities. Taxpayers’ and their advisors’ patience with the process was tested routinely.

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Employee fraud in the pandemic: An employer’s response to the COVID-19 environment

By: Dean Dorton

September 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted employee fraud in the workplace. Learn how the pandemic has strengthened the three elements of the Fraud Triangle (pressure, opportunity, and rationalization) and how your organization can fight back.

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Tax consequences of unemployment insurance benefits

By: Dean Dorton

September 15, 2020

The additional unemployment insurance payments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic are taxable and can have a substantial impact on 2020 tax returns.

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Vital Cybersecurity Alert: Microsoft – Access to Domain Admin Level Rights

By: Dean Dorton

September 15, 2020

An important cybersecurity threat for Microsoft was released last night. Our team of cybersecurity professionals are ready to assist you in the event you have been effected.

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Dean Dorton’s IGNITE program excels in a “new normal”

By: Dean Dorton

September 11, 2020

Dean Dorton hosted its annual IGNITE leadership conference in July. The two-day event provided college students with the opportunity to learn more about the accounting and business consulting profession, as well as about Dean Dorton.

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How confident are you in your revenue cycle (during a Pandemic)?

By: Dean Dorton

September 8, 2020

Managing a health system's overall revenue cycle performance is an extremely complex task, especially during a pandemic. Does your organizations leadership have confidence in your revenue cycle management during these uncertain times?

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