How to Set Row Height and Column Width in Excel By default, when you create a new workbook in Excel, the row height and column width is always the same for all cells. However, you can easily change the height and width for one or more rows and columns. READ MORE NOW
The Internal Revenue Service has issued final regulations redefining terms relating to marital status to include same-sex marriage for federal tax purposes, in accordance with Supreme Court decisions. READ MORE NOW
Health Care Law and You Affordable Care Act & Taxes – At a Glance This chart explains how the health care law affects you. READ MORE NOW
Implementation guidance on FASB’s new NFP standards The new Financial Accounting Standards Board standards for nonprofits that were released in August represent the most significant changes in the not-for-profit reporting rules since 1993. READ MORE NOW
In Rev. Proc. 2016-47, the IRS announced that a taxpayer who fails to meet the requirement to roll over distributions from retirement accounts within the normal 60-day period can make a written self-certification to an IRA trustee or plan administrator that a contribution meets one of the 11 specific reasons listed in the revenue procedure…
Nobody likes a back-seat driver, and nobody feels safe when the two people in the front seat are arguing about every element of a road trip. The same is true in a partnership. When management and the board disagree on direction, managing growth or any other key decision, the entire organization is at risk. Partners…
Payors of interest, dividends and other reportable payments must withhold income tax equal at a rate equal to the fourth lowest rate applicable to single filers if they fail to supply a federal id # or if they fail to certify that they are not subject to it.
The Internal Revenue Service is closing off admission to a program that allows large corporations to discuss and resolve their tax issues with the IRS before filing their tax returns, due to budget constraints. READ MORE NOW
An approach to product costing that assigns a representative portion of all types of manufacturing costs–direct materials, direct labor, variable factory overhead, and fixed factory overhead–to individual products.
The IRS has proposed higher user fees for taxpayers who enter into installment agreements. The proposal, which would take effect on January 1 . . . READ MORE NOW