IRS Changes Form 990 Audit Approach

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With many, if not most, federally tax exempt organizations coming up on the end of their fiscal years at June 30, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service has authorized a new and fresh approach to the audit process for these organizations. In a speech at the Representing and Managing Tax Exempt Organizations conference, Internal […]

Understanding Real Estate Taxes in Pennsylvania

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With April 15th behind us, it’s time to focus on the April 30th deadline. What’s April 30th, you ask? Well, under Pennsylvania law, April 30th is the last day to pay city/township and county real estate taxes to take advantage of an available 2% discount. The regular due date without a discount is June 30th, […]

Contracts for Personal Care Services and Medicaid

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One of the fastest growing industries in the United States overall, as well as our region is the provision of personal care in the home. The primary problem with this industry is that it has a very low cost of entry, which results in providers and caregivers covering a broad range of quality. One way […]

Income Tax and Social Security Benefits

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One of the more surprising and frustrating elements of federal income taxation is the need for seniors, who have worked their entire lives paying into the Social Security system, to include the payments they receive from the government, once retired, in their taxable incomes. As a result of this requirement, many seniors find themselves with […]