Common Single Audit Findings – Part 3: Reporting Deficiencies

Nonprofits that undergo regular single audits subject to the Office of Management and Budget’s Uniform Guidance become quite familiar with the audit process. These organizations dutifully fulfill their audit obligations, always hopeful that auditors will have only positive findings and full compliance to report. But despite best efforts, some audits will inevitably include findings for which a corrective action plan is required.

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Two-Factor Verification: Does it really make a difference?

Anyone with online accounts or cell phones has probably received requests to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) by now. These invitations typically cite enhanced security as a reason to add this extra step to the login process, but how does 2FA work and why should we enable it on our devices and accounts?

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If your 2018 tax bill made you feel sick, it could be time for a Paycheck Checkup

Filing season for the 2018 tax year brought unwelcome surprises for many taxpayers. Following a major tax code overhaul at the end of 2017, it was reasonable for estimates of the year’s tax liability to be less accurate than normal. But while the IRS made allowance for some of this predictable deviation, the agency won’t maintain such a tolerant stance for long. To avoid unexpected tax bills or penalties for underpayment in subsequent years, workers should check current withholding rates and if necessary, file an updated Form W-4 with their employer.

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