Nonprofit organizations are managing transformational change at every level. From reactions to the new administration's plans, to responding to new requirements for financial reporting, post-employment benefit plans, and employment tax issues, to guiding an organization through succession planning - nonprofits will need resilience and diligence to further their missions in 2017.
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By Hannah Morgan, Contributor
The U.S. economy added 298,000 private, non-farm jobs in February, according to the monthly employment report released this morning by payroll-management firm ADP and its partner Moody's Analytics. The seasonally adjusted result is a 14% increase from January's upwardly revised 261,000 jobs, and 16% higher than the previous February, when 255,000 jobs were created.
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I am an Audit Senior Manager. I am responsible for planning and managing audit and assurance services engagements.
With the new rules regarding the fiduciary responsibilities of retirement plan trustees, it makes sense to request at least annually a complete detail of your plans administrative, custodial and management fees.
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By Rachel Bitte
he BUILDER 100/Next 100 is the housing industry's premier list of the largest U.S. home builders. Published by Hanley Wood since 1984, inclusion on the list is highly regarded throughout the industry.