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What Every Employer Should Know About Sick Pay

The IRS defines sick pay as an amount paid under a plan to an employee who is unable to work because of sickness or injury. Sick pay may be paid by an employer or a third party, such as an insurance company, and includes both short- and long-term disability benefits.

Economic nexus: The Supreme Court brings sales tax into the 21st century

If you have tuned into the news or other media outlets in the last few weeks, you may have heard rumblings related to the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair. The Supreme Court's decision will likely change the status quo surrounding sales tax, specifically as it relates to nexus, across the country. Here are a few things you should know about it.

What It Means to 'Experience AEM'

Last month we hosted our sixth annual Experience AEM, a two-day intensive program that gives 30 select students a behind-the-scenes glimpse into our firm and public accounting in general. It's a chance for them to test the CPA waters, and it's also an opportunity for our firm to recruit top talent.

Should Your Nonprofit Organization Offer Transportation Fringe Benefits in 2018?

Offering transportation fringe benefits is one way to provide your employees with a valuable perk. However, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), doing so in 2018 may be more costly for nonprofit organizations than ever before.

6 Best Practices for Keeping Your Accountable Employee Expense Reimbursement Plan Intact

An accountable employee expense reimbursement plan allows you to cover employees' out-of-pocket business expenses via tax-free reimbursements or advances. The IRS says this type of plan must follow three rules to maintain its "accountable" (i.e., tax-free) status. But here's the thing: following these rules can be costly and even complicated.