What is an Adequate Accounting System? 10 Questions to Determine if Your Accounting System is Adequate for Government Contracts

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In many cases, having an “adequate accounting system” is an integral part of successfully winning and performing on Federal contracts. Many companies find it challenging to determine when accounting system requirements are triggered and how to navigate obtaining a determination of adequacy.  Our clients and prospects unanimously have the same questions.  Since these questions are…

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2020 Year-end Charitable Giving Tax Incentives for Individuals

Charitable giving Tax Incentives individuals 2020

Given that the 2019 tax reform act reduced the domestic corporate tax rate to 21%, far less than the top individual marginal tax rate of 37%, charitable giving opportunities at the individual level may provide potentially more tax savings for individual taxpayers than for corporate taxpayers.  Noteworthy individual tax-saving opportunities for year-end charitable giving include:…

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Top 7 reasons companies Outsource Accounting and Back-office functions

By Jennifer Eubanks   1. Competent financial management, reporting, and guidance.  Businesses need to have competent financial management, reporting, and guidance so the management team can focus on operations.   2. Businesses need the right people. Some 70 percent of KPMG survey respondents said they are outsourcing accounting to get access to better talent. This helps clients focus on their business instead…

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Interest on all student loans held by the Federal Government Waived due to COVID-19

Contact your loan servicer online or by phone to determine if your loans are eligible. Your servicer is the entity to which you make your monthly payment. If you do not know who your servicer is or how to contact them, visit StudentAid.gov/login or call 1-800-4-FED-AID. See link below for more information from studentaid.gov, including Q&A. https://studentaid.gov/announcements-events/coronavirus

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