Avoiding Nonprofit Tax Traps

If your organization has met the IRS qualifications to be considered tax-exempt, the income you receive — such as donor contributions — is exempt from federal income tax. However, it's still possible for not-for-profits to Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Aug 04, 2022

Do Your ESG Initiatives Open the Door to Fraud?

Within a relatively short period, corporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives evolved from a disjointed and confusing set of goals to a more unified business imperative. This is largely because investors, employees, customers and Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Aug 04, 2022

Would Your Company Pass the Independent Investor Test?

The IRS is planning to crack down on tax evasion to help fund the Biden administration's ambitious economic agenda. Specifically, the White House hopes to generate approximately $700 billion in tax revenue over the next Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Sep 30, 2021

Don’t Run Afoul of Private Inurement Rules

Most not-for-profit executives are aware of the prohibition against private inurement. Generally, nonprofit directors and executives — and their family members — aren't allowed to personally benefit from their positions while putting their organization at Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Aug 04, 2021

Gauging the Reasonableness of Owners’ Compensation Deductions

For most privately held businesses, owners' compensation is one of the largest expenses on the income statement, especially when all the related perks and hidden costs are calculated. Compensation should accurately reflect what others would receive Read More


Kirsch CPA Group

Mar 04, 2021

The Link Between Employee Motivation and Your Compensation Philosophy

Do your employees understand your company's compensation philosophy? That was a question posed to human resource managers in a recent WorldatWork survey, Compensation Programs and Practices. According to the survey, almost one in five employers Read More


Becky Byrd

Dec 06, 2016