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Accounting for Reductions in Amounts Charged for Goods & Services

A reduction in the amount charged for goods and services should be accounted for as a

My Top 10 from the Coalition for Government Procurement’s Fall Conference

The Coalition for Government Procurement (CGP) held its annual Fall Conference November 2-3 in McLean, VA.

The Hit to Hospitals

The recession has reduced incomes for many Americans over the past couple of years and as
November 15, 2010
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  • Marc Greenberg

Fraud Risk Assessment

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners has issued their 2010 Global Fraud Study based on 1,843
November 10, 2010

Positive Pay – How It Prevents Fraud

Positive pay is a service that many banks offer to companies as a tool to deter
November 9, 2010
By:
  • Marc Greenberg

Good Reasons to Check In With Your Banker

Last Friday, our nonprofit department met with the Vice President of the Payments Solutions Division and the Assistant
November 8, 2010

2010 Global Fraud Study by ACFE

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners has issued their 2010 Global Fraud Study based on 1,843

Escheat Payment or What Do I Do With Old Outstanding Checks?

When you balance your checkbook are there old outstanding checks that have never cleared? Have you
November 4, 2010

Increased Disclosures for Investments. Again.

In the last two years we’ve seen considerable expansion of the footnote disclosure requirements for investments
November 2, 2010

Taxation of Political Action Committee and IRS Filing Requirements

Taxation of Political Organization Taxable Income A political organization is subject to tax on its “political
September 24, 2010