Monthly Archives: September 2017

Using your Form 990 as a Marketing Tool

By |2017-10-11T08:53:43-05:00September 28th, 2017|Fundraising, Nonprofit, Tax, Tips|

Amanda Lane, Tax Manager at TD&T CPAs and Advisors, P.C., provides an overview of using your Form 990 as a marketing tool.  Amanda serves social service organizations, colleges and universities, membership organizations and many others throughout Iowa.   It’s Just a Tax Return, Right? The short answer is no.  As an informational return, the Form [...]

Sales and Use Taxes: What Are Your Responsibilities?

By |2019-05-14T09:37:08-05:00September 21st, 2017|Accounting, Records, Tax, Uncategorized|

State and local governments levy sales and use taxes.  For that reason, the laws regarding sales and use taxes vary broadly by state and by local government.  The involvement of so many governmental entities can make the sales/use tax process cumbersome, complicated and confusing.  If your business operates in multiple tax jurisdictions, you will likely [...]

Medicare Finalizes FY 2018 Payment and Policy Changes for Skilled Nursing Facilities

By |2020-01-03T09:16:29-06:00September 14th, 2017|Change, Healthcare, Medicare, Uncategorized|

 Joshua Buckingham, CPA and Principal at TD&T gives updates on changes in Medicare reimbursements for Skilled Nursing Facilities. On July 31, 2017 the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a long-expected final rule explaining Medicare payment rates and quality programs for skilled nursing facilities (SNF) for the upcoming fiscal year, FY 2018. Among [...]

The Case of the Ambiguous Expert

By |2017-10-13T11:43:05-05:00September 7th, 2017|Business Valuation, Shareholder|

In a recent case, a Wisconsin family owned business wanted to exercise its option to buy back the shares held by the son of the majority owner, his father. A poorly written business valuation report combined with an ambiguously written shareholder agreement resulted in lengthy and contentious litigation between the son and the company over [...]

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