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Some summer day camps, childcare options could qualify for tax credit

  • June 2, 2023

As summer break approaches for students, the Oregon Department of Revenue wants taxpayers to know that some childcare expenses, including day camps and childcare provided inside or outside your home, might qualify you for the Oregon working family household and dependent care (WFHDC) tax credit. Qualifying expenses don’t include summer school or tutoring, sports camps, and overnight camps. Continue Reading

Failure to file claim via certified mail was a bad idea

  • May 30, 2023

This week's topics: ;Tax Court finds they have no authority to review the IRS notice for certification of seriously delinquent tax debt to State Department ;IRS publishes warning signs for employers to use to identify ERC scams ;Fourth Circuit finds that Section 7502 fully supplants common law mailbox rule for filing documents Continue Reading

Learn about AICPA Credentials and Designations

  • May 30, 2023

The AICPA offers exclusive credentials for qualified financial professionals that can differentiate you as having knowledge and expertise in a specialty practice area, giving you, your firm or your organization a competitive advantage. Learn more at Continue Reading

Top challenges facing not-for-profit CFOs today

  • May 25, 2023

Chief financial officers of not-for-profit organizations have always faced many challenges, some common to all corporate leaders, some unique to the sector. Today’s postpandemic environment has brought some novel circumstances and transformed ongoing trends. This article focuses on the top four challenges facing NFP CFOs today: inflation, outsourcing to third-party providers, risk, and the expanding role of the CFO. Continue Reading