News & Insights: healthcare
GASB Statements Effective for the Year Ended December 31, 2019
March 26, 2020
By: Philip Marciano, CPA
Senior Manager Philip Marciano examines the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) statements effective for the year ended December 31, 2019.
Nonprofit Alert: IRS Issues Guidance on Refunds for Paid Qualified Transportation Taxes
By Magdalena M. Czerniawski | Robert Lyons | January 23, 2020
The IRS has issued guidance on the steps nonprofits will need to take in order to claim a refund on taxes paid under Section 512(a)(7), commonly known as the “Transportation Tax.”
Public – Private Partnerships
January 10, 2020
By: Philip Marciano
The Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) has addressed issues with the accounting and financial reporting between government and public parties (PPPs) in order to increase efficiency and prevent issues.
Achieving Efficiencies of the Financial Statement Audit Through IT
By Melissa Ouari | January 10, 2020
IT audits are becoming an increasingly valuable tool for nonprofit organizations, as they can help organizations identify critical issues and increase the efficiency of the financial statements audit.
Protecting Resources While Pursuing your Mission: Marks Paneth’s Annual Nonprofit Industry Update
By Hope Goldstein | January 7, 2020
Hope Goldstein, Co-Partner-in-Charge of Marks Paneth’s Nonprofit, Government & Healthcare Group shares key takeaways from Marks Paneth’s annual nonprofit industry update seminar.
NONPROFIT & GOVERNMENT TIMES, Q3 2018
October 1, 2018
In the latest issue of the Nonprofit & Government Times newsletter, our industry experts provide guidance on industry changes, such as new accounting standards, managed care implementation, automation and cybersecurity.
The new employee tax credit your organization may be missing out on
By Mordecai Lerer | February 28, 2017
Are you familiar with Internal Revenue Service forms 5884, 5884C and 8850? If not, your organization may be missing an opportunity to reduce its federal tax liability from $1,200 up to $9,600 per new hire. The great news is, both “for-profit” and “nonprofit”employers are eligible for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (“WOTC”).