Learn how you can update and improve your internal controls to help prevent fraud at your business.
Author: Zac Morris
GASB Statement 87 will soon change the way entities account for lease transactions. Keep reading to learn more.
From the minute you open your doors in the morning until the time comes to close up shop at night, running a successful business means that everybody has a job to do and everybody’s job is critical. Unfortunately, this fact just makes it that much harder to recover from the sting of losing a critical … Continued
Now that fiscal year 2017 has closed, consider taking a closer look at your capital assets and debt refunding – critical areas that are known to have more than their fair share of errors. Read on to learn more.
To receive Medicaid reimbursement, physical therapy occupational therapy and speech pathology and audiology services will have to be prescribed or referred by a licensed practitioner.
The Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) Uniform Grant Guidance establishes key guidelines to point you in the right direction when taking your services out to bid. This list of “do’s and don’ts” will help you stay in compliance.
Two weeks ago I wrote an article about cost segregation studies and the potential of finding significant savings hidden within the various sections and items that make up your property. That article, It’s No Secret – Cost Segregation Studies Can Save You Money, identified the advantages of cost segregation studies and explains how they work. … Continued
What if I told you that, if you own real estate, you may be sitting on a mini treasure? The only thing missing is the key – and I know where you can find it. If you have purchased, constructed, remodeled, or expanded your business’ property since 1987 or have updated an existing property at … Continued
How much emphasis do you place on reviewing payroll contracts after they have been entered in to your entity’s payroll system? Do you double check the per-pay amount for a salary and move on? There are many factors, that if ignored, can result in over or underpayment of contract amounts. It’s critical that if determination … Continued
If you went home to find that someone broke in and took your valued possession, you’d notice, right? Would you, or anyone within your organization, notice if something came up missing from your evidence room? Probably not. Often the property and evidence room is a pretty low priority for you in terms of operation, staffing … Continued