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Copyright 2016
During each election season, your not-for-profit organization should take a hard look at the IRS restrictions on political activities to ensure you don't do anything to jeopardize your tax-exempt status.
Copyright 2016
All construction companies store equipment, from a garage full of tools, to a scissor lift, from something as simple as an auto trailer, to something as complex as a hightower crane. These items represent costs that must be recouped or they simply absorb cash every time you call a mechanic, or they sap net profit whenever you get that depreciation deduction at year end.
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If you're like most manufacturers, you don't track order-processing. Yet focusing on this performance metric can  identify operational inefficiencies that are cost-cutting opportunities.  And continued monitoring lets you keep those costs in check and predict future outlays.

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Nursing homes are potentially one of the most dangerous workplaces in the country. Nursing assistants in long-term care facilities have the highest incidence of assaults of all American workers, with one study showing that 27 percent of all workplace violence occurs in nursing homes.

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The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 dealt a significant blow to U.S. exporters by phasing out the tax benefits available through the "extraterritorial income exclusion" (EIE).
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So you think investment policies are only for not-for-profits with millions to invest? Not true. If your organization holds funds in reserve -- for example, to cover emergencies or meet long-term goals -- it's prudent to have investment policies. Such policies will help ensure that you manage reserve funds responsibly according to their purpose and take steps to minimize investment risk.

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