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With ever-changing federal and state legislative regulatory requirements, any organization that is not knowledgeable and prepared to comply with complex regulations could face significant financial risk and possibility be required to make a public disclosure of the risk. Read more…
Everyone wants to improve their performance, but it’s easier said than done. In this highly interactive workshop, IOFM Editor Jess Scheer will help practice leaders address three core questions:
• Why Become “Best in Class”?
• What is “Best in Class”?
• How Do I Become “Best in Class”?
Updated to include important changes for 2018 tax reporting, this workshop gives you a broad base of Form 1099 compliance knowledge for Accounts Payable.
● What is (and is not) reportable on Form 1099-MISC
● Managing for the earlier due date January 31 for IRS filing of 1099-MISC forms that report non-employee compensation. Read more…
By its very nature, fraud is a hidden crime and financial statement fraud is a fraud that, until uncovered, is hidden in plain sight. Fraud in financial statements are fundamentally disguised through innocuous transactions in the accounting system to mislead; recording events that have not happened or happened in another way, with a different outcome. Read more…