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GSA Finalizes Rule to Allow Inclusion of Order-Level Materials on Schedule Purchases

On January 24, 2018, the General Services Administration (GSA) released the long-anticipated final rule that authorizes

What to Present to Your Risk Committee

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a risk assessment that spans the entire organization in review of

529 Savings Plans: 3 Ways the New Tax Law Affects Students

Under Internal Revenue Service code section 529, individual states can sponsor tax-advantaged education savings tools, a

Mortgage Interest Deduction Under the New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Since the Tax Reform Act of 1986, the mortgage interest deduction was limited to interest on

Could You Deduct Your Education Costs?

With no end in sight to rising education costs, it is tempting to try to deduct

ASBCA Concludes on Allowability of Stock Compensation Expense

The granting of stock options has become one of the most common modes for compensating employees.

What You Need to Know Before Starting a Leave-Sharing Program

Leave-sharing programs allow employees to donate unused leave into a leave-sharing bank that can be used

Should You Lease Or Buy Your Next Automobile?

If your business is in the market for a new automobile, deciding whether it’s best to

3 Ways to Make Your School Fundraiser A Success

“How do I make my school fundraisers more successful?” This is one of the most frequent