Author: Chad Welty
Sep 22, 2020
New Budget Requirements Take Effect In 2021 For Some Entities
GASB 84 Implementation: Where does your entity stand?
Apr 24, 2018
Could House Bill 49 Impact Your Property Tax Collections?
House Bill 49 makes changes to Ohio's Current Agriculture Use Value, which will have ripple effects among public entities, among others. Read on to learn more.
Mar 18, 2014
Tips for Fraud Prevention
In today’s world, fraud is everywhere. In business. At the bank. On the playing field. And unfortunately, it’s even in the schools. You’d like to believe it’s not happening in your school district (and hopefully it’s not), and you want to feel like you can trust your team. But the fact of the matter is … Continued
Jun 11, 2013
Don’t Get Caught Off Guard by a 403(b) Audit
Surprise! Some surprises can be fun and exciting. Others, not so much. How excited would you be to see a representative of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the Department of Labor (DOL) at your door? That’s not something anyone wants to deal with! Over the past few years, the IRS and DOL have been … Continued
Jan 2, 2013
Understanding Everyone’s Role In a Government Audit
For most local governments, the annual financial statement audit is as much a part of the yearly round of public finance as the approval of the operating budget. Despite its routine nature, however, the financial statement audit remains something of a mystery to most outside the auditing profession. Anyone entrusted with the responsibility for managing … Continued
Apr 10, 2010
New Registration Requirement for Booster Clubs and Parent-Teacher Associations
Most charitable organizations in Ohio have already been required to register with the Ohio Attorney General’s (OAG) office under the Ohio Revised Code Section 1093.23-.33. Under an amended rule, qualifying booster clubs and parent-teacher associations (PTAs) will now be subject to register effective September 1, 2012. Qualifying organizations that have $25,000 or more in gross … Continued
Oct 17, 2007
Individual Development Accounts Help Families
Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) are matched savings accounts that enable low-income American families to save, build assets and enter the financial mainstream. IDAs reward the monthly savings of the working poor who are building toward purchasing an asset such as a first home, paying for post-secondary education or starting a small business. Accounts held in … Continued